Support » Plugin: SpeakOut! Email Petitions » Read petition lightbox not responsive

  • Resolved polanve


    When I open the petition on my mobile device, the lightbox that pops up when I click “read the petition” is bigger than the screen. Is there a way to make it responsive?

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  • Plugin Author 123host


    Thanks for that. I think I have fixed it and will push the update in upcoming 1.3.7

    Plugin Author 123host


    Let me know if there are any more problems with this.

    Here’s what it looks like on my phone:

    Plugin Author 123host


    :o( embedded images don’t seem to work on this forum. Can you send it via Slack or email?

    Trying to solve this problem too but with not much success yet.

    The modal popup is not responsive due to fixed values. If we could change left to 5% and width to 90% it would fit both desktops and mobile phones.

    I am stucked at the speakout/js/public.js file where you declare the variables for position and width but still haven’t figured out how to make the function use % and not px…

    Any help please?

    EDIT: temporary fix
    add this to theme-default.css

    #dk-speakout-reader {
    left: 5%!important;
    width: 90%!important;

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by pattihis.


    Given that so many people are using mobile phones now is it possible for you to set the perimeters to % rather than pixels. I would have thought that would be easy for a programmer to do.

    Please keep me posted when and update has occurred.
    Thank you.

    Plugin Author 123host


    @pattihis – so sorry, I never seemed to have received notification of your response and suggested fix.

    I am going to release version 1.4.0 and will see about getting this into it.

    @justpurple – no, really…thanks for the acknowledgement and appreciation…”I thought that would be easy for a user who hasn’t donated to do”…sigh

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