April 3, 2017 at 00:05 UTC - Views: 50 #47954
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For your secondary menu question, open a new thread and remember to re post the site linkApril 4, 2017 at 10:13 UTC - Views: 69 #47978
I’ve been removing the page/post titles page by page and have all the immediately visible ones done. I’ll work on the archived stuff as time allows. Almost there. 🙂
Still can’t seem to figure out why I get this hiccup/jolt affect when I load pages which have a database short-code embedded (Caspio). This doesn’t happen with Weaver II Pro at all, never has. 🙁
Also, Xtreme doesn’t seem to play well with WP Fastest Cache. When activated, the site loses the background fade option and my control bar goes away as well. Again, something that hasn’t happened with Weaver II Pro.
I have some other unrelated ideas, but I’ll start a new thread for them as they involve menus and custom headers based on device size, etc.
DavidApril 4, 2017 at 14:10 UTC - Views: 41 #47980
I’m trying to see if I can spot something which is causing the jult/hiccup when I load pages which contain the database embedments. I activated the devloper tool, and I see the following in the /contact/about page:
An unbalanced tree was written using document.write() causing data from the network to be reparsed. For more information https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Optimizing_Your_Pages_for_Speculative_Parsing
Not sure what it means, but is this something I need to look further into?
DavidApril 4, 2017 at 17:30 UTC - Views: 39 #47985
Hi again Scrambler.
I redid the /contact/about page using this table plugin. https://tablepress.org
Trying my best to eliminate the hiccup phenomenon. 🙁
DavidApril 5, 2017 at 22:05 UTC - Views: 31 #48016
Not sure what you mean by hiccup, I see no issue going to the contact about page, is that on mobile only.
Always be specific and detailed. The context may be in your head, but it is not in ours 🙂April 8, 2017 at 04:12 UTC - Views: 52 #48038
Sorry I took so long to answer. I migrated the Xtreme Plus site and we’re live. Yay!!
By hiccup I mean with Weaver II Pro pages just snapped. For some reason, when I launch pages with my database tables plugin, I get a sorta left jolt (split second) particularly around the widget bar on the left. I can live with this, it’s just that it didn’t do it with Weaver II Pro. Happens mainly in desktop where the widget is seen in the left
I transfered the Xtreme Plus license to the live site and have some minor tweaks to do. For example. I tried to use the site identifier to add verbiage asking folks to rotate very small devices to landscape for better viewing. That didn’t work out very well, so I removed the text but now I see this dark bar across the top of my header image and I can’t recall how I put it there. 🙁
The humburger menu is looking really nice. Thanks again for that code Scramber. 👍🏻
If you happen to tour the site and notice anything you feel needs to be changed, I welcome your suggestions. I take no offense in getting constructive criticism from folks who are willing to give it. Besides, this is how I learn.
DavidApril 8, 2017 at 14:43 UTC - Views: 45 #48040
I just discovered how to remove the “dark bar” across the top of my header in mobile view. In main options/header I selected “hide on all devices” for the site title/tagline.
I was trying to be creative by displaying a custom message customer for mobile devices only. It worked, but when rotated to landscape the bar remained so I removed it. ☹️
Now im going page by page on my mobile device (portrait mode, iPhone 7+) to see how everything looks.
One thing I’ve noticed in visiting numerous sites which are responsive like this. I have seen areas in other sites where something, and one point or another gets cut-off, forcing the viewer to go landscape for more width.
Is it safe to say, we can’t make “everything always” fit vertically for “every” device out there when viewed in portrait mode? Seems like that would be quite challenging. My phone is quite large, yet my wife’s phone is smaller. 🙁 At some point/device one would have to rotate, yes?
DavidApril 8, 2017 at 17:32 UTC - Views: 19 #48042
The theme is responsive in that it scales areas, and reorganizes the layout.
But that does not prevent you from creating content inside the various content areas that is Not responsive and therefore would get cutoff.
But if something gets cutoff, it is because it is not created properly, and there is likely a fix so that it would behave properly.
At this point, I am unsure if you still have open issues. If you do, please restate in detail, and reattach a link to the site so we don’t have to dig up the link in the multiple pages.April 9, 2017 at 15:35 UTC - Views: 7 #48057
No issues, other than making adjustments as you have said. I found an “outer table” setting in “styles” for the product I use set to a pixel size. I remembered what you said, and changed that value to 95% and it fixed it.
I have a question about the hamburger menu but will start a new thread about that.
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