I cannot get bootstrap to display a simple navmenu on my android phone. The menu looks fine in the browser, but goes to the responsive collapse menu at about 900 pixels, which is absurdly high. Thus, I assume alllinks are being hidden.
How do I set the width so my links show up on mobile, and don’t disappear with only a modest browser resizing? Shouldn’t there be a config setting for both platforms?
Also, I wish someone would explain how I easily switch between minified and non-minified versions. Since the-bootstrap is calling bootstrap.min.css, I cannot even mess with the width settings (or inspect very easily with firebug). Is there some toggle that tells bootstrap/or wordpress “use the non-minified?” I thinks shipping this theme minified is really hostile for new users who would have no idea how to do this. Like me. Help appreciated.
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