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  • #18131

    mbreese
    Participant

    hello. beating head against wall over small css thing. Example On this page: http://www.greensomuch.com/forestlane/sample-page/living-room/

    When viewing on a small screen (table, phone, small browser window) I want the description box to end up full-width above the slide show– l ike on this page http://www.greensomuch.com/forestlane/ Can’t make it happen.

    Also, without messing with the theme files, you can’t use the more tag in pages, correct?

    #23953

    scrambler
    Moderator

    That is easy, add the rule below in Main options > Fonts & Custom > Custom CSS Rule box

    .is-mobile  .gallery-description-box {max-width:100%;min-height:none;}

    I have not made a test, but you should be able to use the more tag on pages

    #23954

    Remus
    Participant

    I think I’ve seen a post written by @weaver, about a bug in the current Weaver Xtreme version that must be fixed.
    So, more tag works fine in ‘post’ page, but momentarily not in ‘page’.

    #23955

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    I don’t know of any issues in the current Weaver Xtreme that affects custom CSS rules.

    #23956

    scrambler
    Moderator

    @weaver, he is speaking about the ability (or inability) to use the <more> tag in pages, I do recall you mentioning there was a problem when someone reported it a while back but dont remember if it was suppose to be already fixed or not

    #23957

    Gillian
    Moderator

    I remember a thread like @remus mentioned as well, but just spent 10 mins searching for it but couldn’t find it 🙁

    #23958

    scrambler
    Moderator

    @weaver, I found it

    http://forum.weavertheme.com/discussion/12520/creating-multiple-pages

    It was about the next page tag. Is that fixed by the way?

    #23959

    Remus
    Participant

    Well, I forgot the topic.  <more> and <!–nextpage–> are different issues. My bad!

    #23960

    scrambler
    Moderator

    Yea same here. The <more> tag is really just for posts as it is related to exceprts (I think)

    #23961

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    I will try to get a new version submitted to WP this week – it has a few fixed issues, but I also want to add a couple of other things while I can (like more emphasis on going to forum.weavertheme.com for help, and perhaps a more persistent message about adding the theme support plugin.)

    But it is looking good to get this done this week.

    If @remus needs the nextpage support for pages (it works for posts), then I can send a dev version.

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