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    Hey guys, I don’t know when it happened but at some point an update messed with the top link. It disappears on screen sizes between 480 – 768. This isn’t just on my site but on your site as well. check it out for yourself. Do you know how to fix this. Needs to be looked at for your next theme update.


    Hey allegrabillings!

    I found your website JA from your previous posts (which looks awesome by the way) and there seems to be no problem with mobile menu. If this is not the website, can you post the link to the correct one? And please confirm if it is resolved.



    Thanks for the compliment on the site. http://www.jackandaddi.com It has been a lot of work customizing it to fit my branding but fun also. But the theme does most of the work of course ;)

    The issue isn’t with the mobile menu but the (jquery, I think) link to the top of the page that appears when you scroll down the page till a certain distance past the fold. You can even test it on this forum so it isn’t an issue with my site but the theme in general. if you scroll down far enough to the link in the bottom left corner appearing, then drag your window to a width anywhere between 480 – 768 the link will disappear, and then re-appear outsize that window size.



    It was made intentionally. But you can add following code to Quick CSS and display it between 480-768px as well

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



    great I will give that a try. But before I do, can you explain the benefit or reasoning for this native behavior. It is visible all the time otherwise, and this affects phones that are in landscape mode, which is of course why I want to change it.

    But before I do I am curious about why it is intentionally turned off between that pixel size. Seems strange without know why.



    It is disabled because most mobile browsers allow users to simply tap the menu bar at the top of the screen to scroll back to the top of a webpage, the scroll to top button is not necessary.



    Perfect answer thanks. I never thought of that. I will probably add it back in for continuity sake but thanks for the info

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