Support » Theme: Smpl Skeleton » No longer responsive?

  • Resolved sittingonanmm

    (@sittingonanmm)


    When I originally installed the theme it worked perfectly on mobile. I don’t know if I touched something I shouldn’t have but now, when you access it on mobile, it doesn’t align properly (all you see is the left side of the site, which is blank). You have to scroll to the right to see the site, so if a user doesn’t know this it just looks blank, like nothing loaded and the site doesn’t work or something. Please help! 🙂

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  • please provide a link to your site it hard to figure something out when you can’t see it.

    Oops, I thought I had linked it. This is the one: http://www.paho.org/derechoalaSSR
    Thank you!

    I couldn’t see it. Maybe someone else can see what is causing the problem. It’s almost like it floated to the right. You can move it back to the left with this rule
    .container{float: left;
    left: -100px;}

    It’s not really a fix but a patch until you find out what is causing the problem.

    Theme Author simplethemes

    (@simplethemes)

    Looks like you’ve implicitly told it not to be responsive in your CSS:

    body {
    	width: 900px;
    	margin-left: 150px;
    }

    You should remove that ^ from your CSS.

    Dear mrtom414 and simplethemes: thank you!

    I saw the patch suggestion a few hours ago and logged in now to use that but now that I’ve seen the actual problem, it’s solved. I copied the CSS from a different theme I was using and I completely missed that attribution.

    Thank you both!

    I just started to setup my new site http://www.beziehungsdoktor.com as multisite, all sub-sites shall use the same theme and I chose skeleton, hoping, that this is easy and responsive.

    Now my page is working quite well on PC, but not on mobile. The starting-page does not appear on mobile and there i a message, that registering is deactivated.

    Why that?

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