Support » Theme: Felynx Forest » little bug on mobile

  • I really really love this theme, it’s simple and elegant, lovely design! I just got a little trouble in mobile version: the two nav buttons (the one to move to next/past article) on mobile don’t place well and go everywhere when scrolling the page down (don’t know if I explained well)
    Plus today I got an error in the backend page “appaerance-customize”
    Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /web/htdocs/ on line 246
    Have no idea what means, but since when this error showed, the customize page doesn’t work very well making much difficult to custom the design

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  • Theme Author Felynx


    Hello Shangelina,
    Thanks you for you warm feedback, glad you like it !

    Can you tell me what mobile navigator you got ? The bug appears only when scrolling if I understand well.

    For the second error, it’s strange it appears all a sudden, what version of WordPress are you using ?
    For your information it’s just a warning, so nothing serious, warnings can generally be turned off on the hosting side. However I’ll look forward to fix it for the next update of this theme.

    Hello Felynx, thanks alot for the reply. I have a mobile with android 4.1.1 but forget what I said cause I tested in many other mobiles and the template works perfectly, so i guess there’s something wrong in my smartphone. =D
    About the second error, I don’t worry cause I was able to made the change directly on CSS stylesheet, I was only curious to know why the warning apeared so suddenly. You’re right, I guess it appeared when I updated to the new wordpress version. Now the site is running the 4.3

    Theme Author Felynx


    Okay, it is probably not the smartphone but just the default browser which is probably outdated. Maybe you can install a fresh version of Chrome or Firefox to fix this.

    Thanks you for the precision, I will test the theme on the new WordPress version.

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