Clean Retina
[resolved] Menu Not Displayed on Smaller Screens (8 posts)

  1. Lane Lester
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I use a bookmarklet in Firefox to test the appearance of responsive themes on different devices.

    The menu across the top does not display any links, only white space, at 320x480 and 480x640. They start showing up at 768x1024

  2. Lane Lester
    Posted 2 years ago #

    BTW, the site where I'm experimenting is The Web Doctor.

  3. robin90
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Lane Lester
    I think there might be some plugins conflicting with our theme. Please try to turn your plugin off one by one and see if the problem still persists.I see that you are using wp-minify plugin which does not support WordPress above version 3.3.2. First turn off wp-minify plugin and see if menu works or not.Then proceed with other.Let me hear if it works or not.
    I hope this will solve your problem.
    Rabin( Theme horse )

  4. Lane Lester
    Posted 2 years ago #

    The developer discovered it was my custom CSS code that was messing up the menu. That was very understandable, since I only know enough CSS (and PHP) to be dangerous.

    All is well now with this fine theme.

  5. littlestar2111
    Posted 2 years ago #

    In my wordpress page. There is a Qreator section. In this section, there are Styling Option, General Option, Blog Option, Portfolio Page sections which allow you to modify your pages.
    Each of these section allow me to get inside and modify pages. However, it NOT allow me do that any more.
    Pls help me how to make it work again.

  6. Lane Lester
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Tina, this is a resolved thread about another issue. Please start another one with a Subject that describes briefly your problem with the Clean Retina theme.

  7. littlestar2111
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Can you guide me how to start a new subject. I tried and could not find it. Thanks.

  8. Lane Lester
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Someone else may know a better way, but when I want to ask about a specific plugin or theme, I ahve to start in my website's admin section.

    For a plugin, I find I have to do the following:
    Plugins /Add New
    Search for the plugin
    In the search result click Details
    In the new window click WordPress Plugin Page
    On the next page click View Support Forum
    Log in to the WP forum, and the new Subject form is at the bottom of the page. Whew!

    As far as themes go, I just tried to do this, and I couldn't figure it out! Maybe some else will help us both!

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