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[Resolved] [Theme Customizr] Navbar width triggering the switch to responsible navbar

  • Hi,

    I am using the Customizr theme.

    In the header there is an element called navbar. When the browser window width is superior to a value the navbar is not collapsed. When the browser window width is inferior to that value the navbar is collapsed.

    I would like to change that value.
    I haven’t been able to locate the piece of code that trigger the change of format. Is it in the CSS file, is it in the PHP files? I can’t tell.

    regards
    Hugo

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  • You will find them in CSS with tags @media

    Did you see this snippet?

    The breakpoint is defined by Twitter Bootstrap at 979/980px. Wouldn’t recommend changing that without understanding the impact it might have. Use @media as @mrm has suggested.

    @mrm Thank you

    @rdell
    Thank you for the link to the snippet. The description helped me understood what the @media tag was standing for.

    Even though you are not recommending it, I think I don’t have any choice but to change the breakpoint. My navbar is pretty small (about 450px), and it make no sense for it to collapse on a 800px witdh windonw

    Thanks.

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