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Sidebar View In Android - Starts level with footer on Homepage only (10 posts)

  1. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    Hi there, fantastic theme, I am new to WP but 15yr with Dreamweaver and have 10+ Joomla sites. The Sixteen theme made the switch to WP a dream. I have only one issue - When i view my site through android (Samsung Galaxy Tab, Kindle) the sidebar drops to the foot of the screen, level with the main footer. This is only on the frontpage, on all others pages display fine. The site is live at http://www.cliveeastwood.co.uk
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Ive tried several workarounds inc changing sidebar from right to left, and also removing the slider but to no avail. Thank in advance, Chris

  2. mrtom414
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    What are you wanting to happen when the screen gets smaller. This theme isn't responsive so there no media queries in the style sheets that I can see.

    you could add them in your child theme with a rule like this

    @media screen and (max-width: 1100px){
        .widget_page{display:none !important;}
    }

    which would hide the sidebar when there no more room for it.

    Note I didn't try this so I will not swear it will work.

  3. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    Thanks mrtom414 for your response, please note that thru Android, the sidebar displays perfectly on all pages within the site EXCEPT the frontpage. So am still confused...
    So if you are able to view the site via android, then you can click on the links page, and you'll see the sidebar in the correct location. Yet not on the frontpage

    regs Chris

  4. mrtom414
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    ok chris I don't have my phone with me but I will try to view it later. I think your still need to add media queries to deal with the problem. I think I need to find a browser plugin that will allow me to view the screens for different devices.

  5. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    I am curious how it looks on a phone. I was absolutely delighted with the Sixteen theme,and also WP which seems so much more user friendly after a dozen or more sites using Joomla - which had been my first venture into CMS. It wasnt until i checked from a Galaxy Tab that I realised there was a problem. I really need to find a solution for this issue before I can use the theme professionaly. Thanks again for the fast response

  6. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #


  7. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    the frontpage layout (thru Android) looks like this:

    header header header
    slideshow slideshows
    main body text
    main body text
    main body text
    main body text
    .......................sbar
    .......................sbar
    .......................sbar
    .......................sbar
    .......................sbar
    footer footer footer

    only empty where ive put full stops

    Yet the internal pages are fine. WHEN i change the static frontpage to LINKS, then that page also displays in the strange offset layout.

  8. bro.daniel
    Member
    Posted 2 weeks ago #

    chrisAlias, i checked you website... it looks great! how you did that?
    I`m with the same issue with android and ipad. Can you explaim?

    thank you!

  9. ChrisAlias
    Member
    Posted 2 weeks ago #

    Hi bro.daniel.

    Unfortunatley, i wasnt able to fix the issue - so it seemed easier for me to simply recreate the frontpage full width - avoiding the strange Android display issue. I have noticed that the theme has had a couple of updates since...i thought that the issue may have been resolved, but I guess from your message that it isnt? Good luck anyway!

  10. bro.daniel
    Member
    Posted 2 weeks ago #

    ChrisAlias I am not a Web Design, so I do not know alot about it. If you do not mind can you send the html codes or whatever you did to fix it? And where you went to do that? Because what you did looks awesome! I realy wish to have that on my website.

    Thank you! And sorry for the inconvenience.

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