October 26, 2018 at 10:18 pm #157874
Building a website with e-commerce pro, I use the 4 footer areas. They come in 4 columns, everything OK with a wide screen. Here is the temporary link for the website in construction: http://velasyfaroles.softcode.es/
Trying the responsive design, with a narrow screen I would expect to see the 4 areas one above the other, but the stay aligned horizontally. They get so narrow that it’s quite difficult to read the content.
Is it possible to fit it ?
Also if i change the footer color options, I have a color bug with screen under 685px I think. But this bug I saw it in local, the version on the server has the default colors, so you cannot see it right now.
Thanks a lot for your help!October 27, 2018 at 9:32 am #157888
@dicneth: There seems to an issue with the responsiveness of footer widget areas and color option in the footer. I will look into the issue and get back to you soon.
SkandhaOctober 27, 2018 at 10:12 am #157893
Thanks Skandha!October 28, 2018 at 4:22 pm #157954
I just put a new version of the website online, always same link. There you can see the color problem in the footer with small size screens. Also could you check the menu responsive with small size screen? It looks like something should be fit there also.
Thanks and best regards.
YvesOctober 30, 2018 at 10:14 am #158070
@Skandha : We put a new version of the website online. As the work is urgent, we couldn’t wait a few days to have it fit. So we adjust ourselves with media queries the menu and footer of the site. But it would be still important to have theme adjusted.
Also me noticed a few other issues:
– We build the site in local and then migrate it to the server. All our pictures and icons are ok after migration. But icons coming from the theme (social menu icons, responsive menu icon and scroll up icon) disappear after migration.
– If on a wide screen you adjust the window of the browser to see the responsive menu, open responsive menu, then asjust again the window of the browser to wide, the website keep a responsive configuration and we have to refresh the page to see it at the browser wide.
Thanks to have a look to it.
YvesNovember 13, 2018 at 1:23 am #159135
@dicneth: The issue will be resolved and updated in the next theme update.
Let me know if the social icons are still disappearing.
SkandhaNovember 13, 2018 at 9:22 am #159178
Thanks for the information Skandha. Actually we could finish the website adjusting menu and footer by ourselves, but will have a look when update arrive.
As for the social icons, we could figure out the problem because afterwards we had the same problem with other icons. The explications can help others when it happens. We were loosing icons during migration from local to server because at one moment we decided, on “setting- general”, to change “Site Address (URL)”. WordPress Adress and Site Adress were not the same anymore. Fitting it and we can fit that problem.
YvesNovember 13, 2018 at 11:51 pm #159227
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