I'm working with the WordPress plugin here. When you scroll to the bottom of the page you can still see the "Post Navigation" div for a moment, and then it gets replaced with the loading animation/text.
I'm hoping to figure out a way that the "Post Navigation" is never seen by the user, making the experience a little smoother.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Sandbox site: http://dev.jesselcampbell.com/hoynebrewing/blog
I'm also noticing that the first time the script is called there is no animation, and the second time (at the very bottom) the #infscr-loading div animates up to size.
Is there any documentation for the manual-trigger around?
Hey @jesselcampbell - Currently, the plugin does not hide the navSelector until just before the first AJAX call. I cannot really think of a "why" this would be the case, so I totally agree that the plugin should hide it from the get-go.
As for the manual-trigger documentation, I cannot really offer much as this point other than "look at the code" which is totally unideal. That should be coming soon though, since the backlog of issues and PRs is pretty close to cleared.
Issue #121- Hide the navSelector upon initialization
@jesselcampbell The plugin will now hide the navSelector upon initialization.