I had an issue with the header being too big in responsive mode so I added custom CSS to the field in the theme that specifies it but it didn't work. I contacted support for a solution to the issue. They wanted admin access to my website. I told him no and he could just tell me what I need to do in the theme to limit the height. He then replied back saying I had modified the source code (which I did not) and that I needed to hire them to get assistance with the header. I swear this feels like taking your car in for a simple oil change and being told you need $1200 worth of work done.
I was really ready for loving it.
But what this theme does on mobiles does not look very attractive to me. Even the demo site on a device like Samsung S3 with it's Chrome browser is the opposite of nice, looks like NOT responsive. I see that this seems not to be true if you use Firefox: sometimes I felt like the theme was made for FF only. But even on FF: on certain widths I found for me unreadable text sizes while half of the screen wasted with oversized margins.
Very sorry to be so negative; but this is my experience - maybe I'm wrong and have sth. missunderstood completely. - On desktops it looks really nice...
I tried loading a 16x16 png file for the favicon through the custom theme options panel and the site broke. The error is in the functions.php file but I don't have the time to isolate/fix the problem.
Too bad, this looks like it would be a nice theme. Also, the custom theme options panel is intuitive and easy to use - it just didn't work correctly.
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