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  • #17441

    Maureen
    Participant

     I really enjoyed using Weaver X, and will always use the X-treme plus plugin with it for all the extra features. Great theme! Great plugin!

    As always, feedback welcome:
    #20314

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    Perhaps the opacity look is too high on the 3 images at the bottom of the home page – look just a little too faded to me.

    But, really, wow. I don’t think it would have been very easy to build that with Weaver II.

    Don’t know if it was easy with Xtreme, but I don’t see too much that looked really hard to do.

    I think maybe there is an issue for small tablet size. The desktop and phone both have menus, but none on the smalltablet size.

    #20315

    scrambler
    Moderator

    If you have plus, you can inprove the layout of the footer widget area. Right now I guess you are using 3 columns, so when they stack 2 on top of 3 you have an empty space on the right of the bottom one.

    Instead you can use the custom width boxes and use

    desktop   33,34,33;

    smalltablet  50,50;100;

    phone  100;100;100;

    You can also try to center the text in the widgets by adding the rule below in The footer Widget Area BG CSS+ box

    .widget {text-align:center;}

    #20316

    GR8FL
    Participant

    How did you do the opacity on the front page for those 3 images?

    It’s a nice looking site.
    #20317

    Maureen
    Participant

    Thanks everyone for the the feedback.

    @weaver – I believed I fixed the issue with no menu appearing on a small tablet. I don’t have a small tablet, but if someone can take a look and let me know if there is a menu on a small tablet, I’d appreciate it.
    @scrambler – I added the custom widths to the footer. I also centered them with the code you gave me, but I prefer the left alignment.
    @gr8fl – The 3 images on the front page were created in Photoshop. I added them to the bottom of the page to kind of balance it.
    Thanks again.
    #20318

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    You shouldn’t need a small tablet – just start with a wide desktop browser window, then slowly shrink its width – you can see the layout conform to the three widths: desktop, small-tablet, phone.

    #20319

    scrambler
    Moderator

    When I shrink the browser, I do see a transition from regular horizontal menu on Large screen, to a black opened vertical menu on small tablet, size screen, to a traditional slide open mobile menu on phone size screen

    #20320

    Maureen
    Participant

    Thanks Guys!

    #20321

    lambert
    Participant

    Nicely done! Really like the cleanness of it. I do struggle to read the content of the footer though, especially the links. Maybe a bit more contrast?

    #20322

    Maureen
    Participant

    Thanks Lambert!  I’ll have to take another look at the footer.

    #20323

    GR8FL
    Participant

    What did you do to make the header sticky?

    #20324

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    @gr8fl

    It is in the Fixed Browser Top HTML insertion area. (X-Plus only)

    #20325

    Maureen
    Participant

    @gr8fl –


    don’t receive notifications of new posts, so I am very delayed in answering your question.

    As Weaver wrote, I put the rule in Advanced Opts/ HTML Insertion. I added  a DIV to restrict the header within 1000px. I also added a Hide if Mobile device so I could use the hamburger icon and a primary menu on mobile view (the sticky header would be too small). Here is my code if it helps you:

    [hide_if device=mobile]  <div style=”max-width:1000px;margin:0 auto;”><a href=”http://chippendalehoa.net”><img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-497″ src=”http://chippendalehoa.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/choa-logo.png” alt=”Chippendale Logo” width=”490″ height=”94″ margin/></a></div> [extra_menu menu_name='mini menu' menu_style='none' menu_type='horizontal'][/hide_if]

    #20326

    GR8FL
    Participant

    I don’t receive notifications either despite repeated attempts to correct (including new accounts using other email programs). 

    Thank you for the code above.
    BTW – I did find a calender widget that has far less overhead than the other one (shall remain nameless). Check it out > https://wordpress.org/plugins/event-organiser/  It has a few glitches, but the developer is seemingly on top of things and this seems to satisfy what we need for an events manager.
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