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@ismael I am having the same problem with one of my client’s websites (see link below). I have made sure that both Chrome and Safari are up to date, as well as my theme, wordpress, and plugins. I haven’t had this problem before.November 11, 2020 at 12:13 am in reply to: Remove the link on featured images in blog post grid layout #1259721
@rikard thanks. It looks as though the problem is when using Google Chrome. Depending on the size of the browser window, it will create this white gap between the grid cells.
Can someone please respond to my problem with trying to remove the thin border between grid cells? Thanks!
@Rikard I’m having the same problem. I’ve updated to version 126.96.36.199 and it didn’t help. I have noticed that it only does it when I have both cells set as a link. Please see the link below.
@victoria, I know about that option and I use it all of the time. I just wish there was an option to set custom header height for the shrinking header to override the default 1/2 size.
I’m beginning to think that you guys don’t even read my complete comments. In my last post I told you that the footer was working. What I need is for every section of every page to be responsive on the iPad like it is on the iPhone. If you don’t understand my words, then maybe images will help:
This is the About page on an iPad
This is the About us page on an iPhone. I want each section in a single column like this.
This is the Get A Quote page on an iPad.
This is the Get A Quote page on an iPhone. I want each section in a single column like this.
This is the Customer Support page on an iPad.
This is the Customer Support page on an iPhone. I want each section in a single column like this.
Do you see where I’m going with this? I can send an example of every page if I need to. I just want every section on every page to be responsive on an iPad like it is on an iPhone.
Please don’t make me wait 2 more days for a solution. Thanks!
Thanks for the help. I have now given you admin rights to my website.
The code above worked for the footer, but I still need for every page of the website to display like it would on a mobile phone. It’s frustrating to have to keep repeating the same request over and over. As of right now, only the home page is displayed as responsive where every column is placed on top of each other.
Please look at each page and you will see what I’m talking about.November 11, 2019 at 7:43 am in reply to: Responsive Design for Ipads and Tablets is missing #1155497
Guys, I feel like I’ve always had great support in these forums, but lately the response time has beed disappointing. Especially for those of us trying to meet deadlines.November 8, 2019 at 9:46 pm in reply to: Responsive Design for Ipads and Tablets is missing #1155113
Guys, I feel like I’ve always had great support in these forums, but lately the response time has beed disappointing. Especially for those of us trying to meet deadlines.
This code only worked for the three columns after the first color section (and I had to use the “!important” command). Here’s what I need:
I need the entire website to display the same way on an iPad as it does on an iPhone.
Thanks!November 6, 2019 at 6:37 pm in reply to: Responsive Design for Ipads and Tablets is missing #1154375
Thanks for the code. It only worked for the home page and didn’t work for the footer. Here is what I still need:
1. Code to work for every page
2. Code to work for the footer
Thanks!November 5, 2019 at 2:56 am in reply to: Responsive Design for Ipads and Tablets is missing #1153857November 4, 2019 at 3:21 am in reply to: Responsive Design for Ipads and Tablets is missing #1153586
Hello! I would for my website layout to appear the same on an iPad as it does on an iPhone. As of now, I’ve been able to force the burger menu on the ipad, but the layout still looks like a desktop, only worse because columns are so narrow.
How can I make the columns to be responsive like on an iPhone (columns to appear on top of each other instead of side by side)?
Some features seem to have stop working properly in Safari since I updated to the latest version of Enfold:
1. Google Maps is just a blank space – noting at all, not even the error message.
2. Formcraft plugin is not showing properly. (This was working perfectly before the Enfold update).
Please respond quickly. I am trying to take this website live for my client and these are the only issues holding me up.
UPDATE: I just realized that the “Privacy and Cookies” setting in the Enfold theme is breaking my Formcraft plugin in Safari. I have to have cookies turned off in order for the form to show up properly.
October 8, 2019 at 3:44 am in reply to: Google Fonts Not Loading / Advanced Styling Not Working #1145982
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@Yigit, yes, the font issue was fixed by changing a server setting. However I’m still having issues with the second problem:
2. Also, on the last few websites I’ve built, I’ve had problems with the Advanced Styler not working. For example, on this website I’m trying to adjust the font in the main menu and after I save, nothing happens. I’ve emptied cache, used multiple browsers – still, nothing.October 3, 2019 at 8:05 pm in reply to: Google Fonts Not Loading / Advanced Styling Not Working #1144608October 3, 2019 at 7:34 pm in reply to: Google Fonts Not Loading / Advanced Styling Not Working #1144587
Anyone, please! I’m in the middle of a project with a soon coming deadline. The delay in support is disappointing.October 3, 2019 at 5:28 am in reply to: Google Fonts Not Loading / Advanced Styling Not Working #1144335
@Rikard, I am having the same problem uploading Google fonts in the Custom Font Manager…with the same error “Couldn’t add the font because the server didn’t respond. Please reload the page, then try again.”
I don’t think I should have to upload a plugin to do what the theme is supposed to do. Please help.
Is there a way to make the headline text responsive by percentage of the screen rather than assigning a specific pixel size?
Thanks, but the word “Craftsmanship” is still bleeding over the text box’s background color.