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    Hello :)

    //Go top top:
    – i don’t see it on my iPhone 5s/IOS 7/Safari but i see it with the same mobile on Chrome
    – the bottom/right position of go to top overlay my texts (see my screenshot), is it possible to make more near the left edge and less big?
    go to top postion

    //Text size (Layer slider VS background section):
    As you can see in my screenshot, the first image is a layer slide and the next bottom one a background section image, both have the same font-size: it render great for the second one, but the text in the layer slider are too small. How can i manage this to have bigger text in the layer slider?
    text size

    //Responsive slide out menu within small fixed header:
    Is it possible ti have, on mobile, a small fixed header? Because using the go to top to open the menu is not really user friendly



    Hey pako69!

    Please give us a link to the actual website. Add this on Quick CSS to display the scroll to top link on mobile devices:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) and (min-width: 480px) {
    .responsive #scroll-top-link {
    display: block;

    Best regards,

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    I have just checked your website on my iphone4 ios7 and it does show back to top button on my end. See screenshot here
    Please flush browser cache of Safari and try again



    Right ;-)
    And what about my others questions? :
    //Text size (Layer slider VS background section)
    //Responsive slide out menu within small fixed header



    For a fixed header on mobile, add this to the Quick CSS:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
        #header {
            position: fixed !important;
        .fixed_header #main{ 
            padding-top:88px !important; 

    Regarding the font size difference on the LS and the background section, i’m not sure if it’s possible to equalize them because LS handles font size and positioning quite differently.



    Josue: thanks :-)

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