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    Hi all,

    I have a text block with advanced settings to display it only on Desktop / Tablet landscape (768px and larger), and its sister text block (different formatting of same content) set to display only on mobile screens 767px and smaller. This is supposed to work for Tablet Portrait mode.

    The problem is that the iPad portrait width is 768 px, so the advanced setting appears to be off by 1 pixel. Instead of showing the text block set for mobile / portrait mode, it is displaying the text block set for Desktop / Tablet landscape.

    Is there a way to adjust this advanced setting without writing custom css?

    Thank you!


    Hey perfectword,

    There is really no way around using css for this fix.

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon


    Thank you, Jordan.

    Do you know if this is a WordPress or an Enfold issue?

    Also, would there not be some kind of function or css that could be written to globally fix the “Hide on medium sized screens (between 768px and 989px – eg: Tablet Landscape)” and “Hide on small screens (between 480px and 767px – eg: Tablet Portrait)” advanced settings?

    And am I the only one who has noticed this?




    More of a general coding issue. Responsiveness is controlled and determined via css declarations.

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon


    This is a feature of the Avia Layout Builder, so I think that means it’s Enfold.

    Isn’t this something that should be fixed in Enfold, or maybe someone could provide me with a fix?




    Thanks for the update. Could you post a link to where we can see the problem in question please?

    Best regards,

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