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  • #9953

    Hi,

    1. On mobile, the logo graphic appears to be stretched and very pixellated. We are uploading a graphic through Angular Theme Styling per specs. Testing a larger graphics makes the standard wed logo huge, which we don’t want either – we just want small, clean logos on all devices. Please hlep.

    2. We have successfully hidden the logo from all pages but home through .logo{}, but this did not effect the mobile version. We cannot seem to find the css for mobile. Please help.

    #66346

    I can point your in what may be the right direction…

    Remember, there is no “mobile” version. Rather the layout flow and styles are dependent on the width of the browser view port. I believe the styles that you are after are in the layout.css beginning around 2304 (may vary depending on your version). Some of the responsive layout also depends on grid.css, but I don’t recall any of the .logo styles in there.

    I hope this helps based on what I believe you’re after.

    #66347

    Hi Smalltimewine,

    Sorry I phrased it oddly: We only want our logo on the home page, which we have figured out and works in standard browsers. On mobile browsers, the logo is still on everypage (and unfortunately pixellated too).

    #66348

    Hi propagandalabs,

    The previous tip was actually correct in what you are looking for. In mobile devices, the css says to use the styles listed around lines 2304. So you will need to add the .logo rules there if you want a mobile device to obey the same rules as larger screens.

    As for the pixelation, I’m not sure what could be causing this. Do you have a link where I can see the logo/issue live?

    #66349

    Hi Devin,

    Thanks – yes you can compare it on your mobile device, link below. What appears to be happening is the mobile is actually upscaling/stretching it a bit. The solution should be simple: use a larger graphic so that the mobile has to downscale rather than upscale. That would be great if the standard browser version didn’t become ginourmous, so any ideas on how to force a dimensions on the standard version? One idea we have, since we only want the logo on home(s), is to bypassing the angular admin “logo” altogether and displaying a logo via css ” background: url()” etc.

    http://s3377.at1.pressdns.com

    #66350

    Devin, we have a more pressing issue and you seem to be the most responsive…thanks in advance: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/angular-slider-stops-on-click

    #66351

    Ok here is the very simple solution to hide your logo from everything but the home page on mobile devices – a huge advantage for viewing content when clicked from a thumb. This requires your home page id:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 479px) {#top .logo, #top .logo a, #top .logo img {display:none!important;;}

    #top.page-id-6 .logo, #top.page-id-6 .logo a, #top.page-id-6 .logo img {display: block!important;} }

    #66352

    Hi propagandalabs,

    I just took a look at the logo issue but it looked fine and without any distortion for me. I’ll address the other issue in your thread for it.

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