Footer appearance on mobile

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  • #50457

    Hi,

    Thank you very much! Nice theme you have made with this one, I really like it and I am using it with pleasure. Now I have done a big part of the Dutch translations I hope this will bring you some more Dutch fans.

    I came across some issues which were mostly caused by plugins. For example I had to uninstall Autoptimize – not really good working with the sidebar menu. But I will find a way, probably by trying some other caching and minifying plugings.

    What I want to ask you is if you would like to have a look on the footer appearance on mobile phones. The footer widgets are not showing up correctly. Quiet important though as I saw the other day that more than 50% of my visitors access the site by mobile phone.

    Thanks again for this theme and I hope to see some future improvements. The theme absolutely deserves it!

    Regards, Edwin

    Website: e-sigaret-dampen.nl

    #50942

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    The theme should work with any optimization/caching plugin as long as you don’t activate CSS minification or exclude the theme’s style from this function.

    The theme needs its style to be applied in a specific order for everything to appear correctly. The footer issue may be caused by the CSS currently being merged/minified.


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    #50950

    Thanks for your reply Zed,

    I have tried to exclude verbosa-child from CSS – no difference. I disabled the function minify CSS and minify CSS extra, but that also did not make any difference. And if I can remember correctly, I saw it already directly after migration to this theme. At that time WP Fastest Cache and/or Autoptimze were not installed.

    It is not a very big problem though, but maybe it could be not related to minifying CSS?

    #50961

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    At this moment most of the styling on your site is merged into a single file:
    /wp-content/cache/wpfc-minified/d8cbc23da2e694e81a0054282202c22e/1501192567index.css
    This clearly indicates CSS minification is active.

    When the theme doesn’t appear as it should and caching/minification is used first thing we always ask is to (temporarily) turn off cache and minification, as these always complicate debugging.


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    #50962

    Ah sorry, I understand. I have deactivated the functionality now.

    #51097

    Caching is still deactivated, so if you want to have a look … otherwise I will activate the caching plugin again and leave the footer appaerance for what it is

    Website: e-sigaret-dampen.nl

    #51220

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    Okay, I can confirm there is indeed an issue with the footer’s responsiveness. We’ll get it fixed as soon as possible.

    Thank you for pointing it out.


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    #51221

    Thanks for your feedback Zed

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