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  • #289860

    When Flagship is described as responsive, what is it really supposed to look like on a phone? When I looked at this site several months ago I had a different Android. At that time the site looked like it had a mobile version, except there was no menu, and the only way to see navigation was to scroll to the footer. Fail.
    Now I have a different Android. On this one it displays as if it were on a desktop, needing to be pinched down to see more than a corner of the site. Fail2
    I also looked at it on an iPhone, this time with it showing up as a postage stamp. Neither of these solutions is what I expected.
    Is something malfunctioning, or is Flagship not reliably responsive? My client loves her site, but she also wants it to look good on mobile. Can this be fixed?

    Thank you

    #289868

    Hey!

    Please update the theme to the latest version (1.7.2).

    Best regards,
    Josue

    #289917

    Ok, two questions then.
    I am helping someone with this site. How do I go about accessing the current version?
    Also, WordPress thinks the theme is up to date. Can I just replace the theme folder via FTP? —and will this retain things like theme settings and custom CSS?

    #290103

    Hey!

    Please login on ThemeForest with the account you have purchased Flagship theme and go to Downloads section to download the latest version.
    Please see – http://vimeo.com/67209750
    If you have not modified theme files, nothing will change. If you have custom CSS code in Flagship/css/custom.css file, please have a backup

    Best regards,
    Yigit

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