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  • #200581

    Hello there, I’ve been using Replete theme for close to a year now, still haven’t figured out all the awesomeness replete theme has to offer.

    I have couple of questions which for the life of me couldn’t google. Any help or directions would be much appreciated.

    My site is here: http://www.shopdota.vn

    1, How do I disable mobile version? (I don’t like how it look on mobile)
    —> Or is there a way to customize how it would look on mobile devices ?
    2, On my home page (www.shopdota.vn), I used the templete builder, if you can visit my link, the first picture is a mapped image, (I used the “callout” element), I was wondering if there is a way to make the picture full width (full width across browser like the one in demo theme (but in this case, instead of full width image slider, i want to put a mapped image (html codes).
    3, This probably WordPress’ problem, but the search box cannot find anything with the apostrophe ( ‘ ), so a product of mine called Nature’s Prophet, if searched, no result was displayed.

    Thank you very much.

    #200806

    Hi talawas!

    1) Under the theme options go to Layout & Settings. The first dropdown lets you choose to have a responsive or fixed site.

    2) No, not without a good bit of custom css. The full width slider element will add a new opening and closing div so that the content can span the full width but the others don’t have the same structure built int.

    3) Yes, the search function is just using the WordPress search so it isn’t anything we could help on this end.

    Regards,
    Devin

    #200873

    Hi, Devin

    Thank you for the reply

    However I want to ask if there is any way to disable the mobile version, but still keep web responsive

    #200903

    Hi!

    Like Devin said, you need a good bit of CSS modification to disable the mobile version of the site. You can remove the css style under media queries @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) { }. You’ll find those on the css files included on the css folder. Please hire a freelance developer to help you with it. You can visit http://werkpress.com/.

    Cheers!
    Ismael

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