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[Resolved] JQuery Mega Menu Widget with theme responsive

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  • Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    What’s the name of the Theme?

    Emil

    responsive, ur theme

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Hi,

    Well not sure to be honest with you. I’ve never tried this jQuery plugin. I do see that this plugin is not up to date and it’s not using “responsive” techniques. As far as that, it will not work the way Responsive Theme does.

    Emil

    Ok. Thank you very much Emil.

    Again, i was always wanted to ask u how Shell Grid is used in responsive, any detail links on how to use it or its not necessary also call to action, is it possible or is there any way to make it up to two or three link in the front-page?

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    You can do wonders with both Themes and there’s no limit 🙂

    Shell Grids are using fixed elements http://pastebin.com/SChYQGY8, while Responsive is 100% fluid “Responsive” http://pastebin.com/nW1c7CsG

    You can also see them in action here http://themeid.com/themes/shell-grid/ and http://themeid.com/responsive-css-grid/

    I haven’t had a chance to “beautify” Responsive demo, but you’ll get my point.

    Not sure what do you mean with detail links, call to action and links, can you explain please?

    Thanks,
    Emil

    P.S. You can also get bunch of answers on http://themeid.com/forum and join if you need to. One thing for sure (I’m happy to brag) is that no other WordPress Theme Support is as active as ours and also 100% free with an unlimited support. Not to mention that everything is dedicated and on daily basis too.

    You are a great guy, thank you!

    I mean the links you have just send! Also, I wanted to know if there is way to create more of the call-to-action tap in the front-page or any where ease?

    I am already a member at http://themeid.com/forum/ I post this here to see if any that knows JQuery Mega Menu Widget cloud answer but as always you came in to help I appreciate really. Meanwhile, I haven’t ask you a question before but I learned a lot from the answers you gave others.

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Sure you can, easily via CSS rather than connecting them over with Theme Options. Here are some examples: http://themeid.com/forum/topic/515/css-buttons/ choose button size and the color and you’re all set.

    Emil

    Ok, I used this already in other pages. I did not not change the home page (home.php) from the original so how or where to put the button i don’t know. You mean CSS file in Child Theme? Maybe you can give me the link on how to change the home page because in the Reading Settings I was only able to set the posts page: and not the Front page:?

    Reading Settings
    Front page displays Front page displays
    Your latest posts

    A static page (selected)

    Front page: ———–
    Posts page: sample-page

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    This would be in home.php if that’s where you need it.

    Emil

    Yes thats where i need it!

    Can you give me the link on how to change the home page or its not necessary?

    Thanks

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    So you want to add new CTA Button, or you want to edit/link current one?

    Emil

    I want to add new CTA Button and edit/link it like the current one!

    From what you showed earlier I was able to add exactly the same Button but no means of edit/link it.

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    To edit current CTA, just go to Appearance > Theme Options > Home Page from there you’ll be able to get this started.

    As far as 2nd CTA button you can add this:

    <div class="call-to-action">
    
        <a class="blue button" href="http://example.com">Call to Action 2</a>  
    
    </div><!-- end of .call-to-action -->

    immediately before:

    </div><!-- end of .col-460 -->

    Emil

    Super! Thank you very much. One more thing, I would like it to be in the same line with the first CTA instead of under it, any option?

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