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  • Resolved akhilz


    hi anders noren

    love the Hemingway theme and would be very very very nice to have it a little more RESPONSIVE…

    1. Header Image is cropped when viewing on smartphone/ipad (vertical position). would be nice that it resizes itself so whole image is seen. reference URL:

    2. would be really nice to have Sidebar Contents Display just Before/ Below the Footer widgets on Mobile phones.

    for the code-phobic types like me any help from you is appreciated.

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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins


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    1. There’s a limitation in what you can achieve there, because if you resize the image to fit you’ll have a shorter image and then you’ll have a lot of empty space. Have you tried doing this with CSS “background-size” of “100%” to explore this? It looks like the theme has used the cropping method to circumvent this.

    thanks andrew nevins

    .header {
    background: no-repeat center;
    background-size: 100%;
    -moz-background-size: 100%;
    -webkit-background-size: 100%;

    made changes as shown above and it worked!

    any suggestions for the point 2, i.e. Sidebar Contents to Display just Before/ Below the Footer Widgets on Mobile phones?

    thanks again…

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    Where does the sidebar display at the moment on mobile?

    Sidebar doesn’t Display at all on mobile phones or anything with the width of less than 800px i guess.

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    What happens if you add:

    .sidebar {
     display: block;

    that worked like a charm, thanks so much…

    Just to clarify, where should the above code be added in order to display the sidebar above the footer? I realize that it will go somewhere in the .css, and that the bottom section (14) is the responsive, but I tried adding it and didn’t get the sidebar to display… Thanks…

    Theme Author Anders Norén


    Hi bewhuebner,

    If you remove line 1912 in style.css, the sidebar will be displayed above the footer on mobile.

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