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  • Resolved RokaWalsh


    Using the responsive theme. Everything was fine with mobile, but now this is the message that comes up on phones.
    “Nothing Found – apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searing will help find a related post.”
    This isn’t an archive – it’s supposed to be the home page for my site.
    Thanks for any help.


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  • That’s probably because of some plugin.


    I see that the problem persists.
    For starters, is you WordPress install 4.4.1?
    If not, please upgrade.
    If so, or after upgrade, deactivate all (…yes, all) your plugins.
    See if the homepage loads on mobile.
    Two options…

    If so, then activate one plugin and check on mobile again.
    If homepage loads, then repeat the proces, one plugin at a time, until it doesn’t load.
    This will be the offending plugin.

    If after deactivating all your plugins, the home page does not load, keep the plugins deactivated and switch your theme to the default Twenty-Sixteen (or 2015) theme.
    Does the homepage load on mobile?
    If so, then the theme is at fault and you can reactivate your plugins but not the theme.
    If not, then something else is occuring.

    Do the above first, then if it is not solved, post back here again.

    Thank you, Herbert and Neo Technomad! I will carve out some time very soon to do as you suggest, Neo. I really appreciate it! I’ll post back here as soon as I figure if that’s the problem. I hope I don’t have to change themes. Be well, Roka

    Thanks Neo Technomad. That worked!

    I’m wondering – now that I have the mobile working…if you know if there’s a way to fix the long long string of text on the homepage. It’s a short paragraph on the desktop page and I don’t want to change that. Is there anyway to just change it on the mobile page?
    Thanks again!

    I loaded your site on my Android phone, Android tablet, and Windows desktop.
    Besides the log length of text on mobile, the three images in the smaller sections overflow the boundaries of the boxes they are in on Firefox and I.E., but not in Chrome and Opera. Thios occurs on phone, tablet, and desktop.

    Whoa. Thank you! I fixed that. I even made the slideshow on the home page smaller, but the text is still stretching the page. It’s such a short bit of text. Any ideas on how to fix that?

    You could make the text move under the image, but you should use a Custom CSS plugin for any changes.
    Find a plugin you like and install it. I will post the code to go into it in a bit.

    The way the columns are placed, the text will be above the slider.

    It should work, but we might have to play with it a bit.
    So, place this code in the custom css plugin.

    @media all and (max-width: 600px) {
    	.home #featured .grid.col-460,
    	.home #featured-image .grid.col-460 {
    		display: block;
    		width: 100%;
    		max-width: 100%;
    		height: auto;
    		margin-left: auto;
    		margin-right: auto;

    Responsive has a possibility for that built in so you don’t have to install a plugin for that CSS change.
    Check under Appearance -> Theme options -> CSS

    That did it!!! Thank you!!!! Wow. Huge difference!
    Have a great weekend!

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