Responsiveness of footer

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  • #15142
    stefano
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    At this stage you must have my username flagged as ” pain in the ass from ireland” !!! B)

    Simple question: the 4 widgets footer of the website when viewed in an iphone or galaxy s3\4 is ok when in portrait mode ( one on top of the other) but when in landscape mode it is still one on top of the other. Is there a quick CSS mod that can be implemented?
    http://northstarcomputers.ie

    Thank you

    #19897
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    No worries, I will simply change your icon as a pain in the ….. lol Just kidding 😛

    Anyway, not sure I understand what you are wanting to display in portrait mode…are you wanting the widgets to go side-by-side and not vertical? If so, you will have to explore and play with the media queries for the resolution of a portrait mode for the footer widgets. I will be honest, this will not be easy (complicated actually) because this will require some creative changes to the media queries of the container for this group in the style.css under this:

    @media (max-width: 767px) {

    ….for the container and row classes, but to target the footer-group container in the theme only, otherwise you will end up with a messy layout for other areas of your pages. The max-width: 767px is for phones (both portrait and landscape). Landscape would be a min of 480px to 767px range (the higher gets into tablets).

    #19898
    stefano
    Member

    mmmhhhh….. better leave it alone then. I’m only a perfectionist – not that I do perfect thing it’s just my own OCD at play here…. – and I keep thinking of ways to make the site look better and\or more professional.
    Just a question though: having built quite a few websites for customers and having used themes from Themeforest ( Avada and Striking) I find that those themes have a responsiveness built in that satisfies my rampant OCD.
    But I love Celestial and the personalised support you are providing so I’ll stick with it, so maybe if it is feasible it could be something for a future update?
    Thanks

    #19899
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Avada…ah yes, the biggest selling theme that made over $3.7 Million dollars in 2 years. That theme took the author several months to make…I think it was just over 6 months, although it definitely paid off. In fact a lot of those themes take an average of 3-4 months to make. I used to be an author there actually.

    #15143
    stefano
    Member

    No worries. After having dealt with the avada support guys I’ll definitely prefer your type of support overt theirs.
    Thanks again

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