March 25, 2013 at 4:36 pm #21574
Re: Corona 1.5
Thanks for the great theme. Is there a fix for my all of my sidebar widgets disappearing from the sidebar and jumping to the bottom of the page when Chrome and Firefox browser window size is decreased under 100 percent?
Thanks in advance. The site I am working on right now is: toronto.dreamhosters.com.
BoeMarch 25, 2013 at 4:42 pm #112315
I tested the site on my end but am not getting anything like that with the sidebars. There isn’t any responsive code for Corona so there isn’t anything theme side that would or should be causing anything like that.
Is it only happening on a specific page or on a specific operating system?
DevinMarch 25, 2013 at 9:37 pm #112316
Thanks for the response. In order to recreate this – and I suspect you will be able to do so in Chrome and in Firefox – please view one of our “sidebar-right” pages (link below ) and then do ctrl-minus to reduce the size of your browser window…
http://toronto.dreamhosters.com/partner/ (for example)
Screen shot at 100 percent (http://toronto.dreamhosters.com/images/widgets_at_100.png)
Screen Shot at 90 percent (http://toronto.dreamhosters.com/images/widgets_at_90.png)
Thanks very much for checking it again on your side. I have confirmed the issue on multiple Windows 7 PCs in both Chrome and Firefox.
BTW: We had built a site previously in Corona last fall: http://www.nycchurchplanting.net/planter/… same exact thing happens…
BoeMarch 26, 2013 at 12:38 am #112317
Control+minus is not reducing the size of the browser, that is your zoom for text/general zoom for the content. The theme has no support for altering the size of text with the hotkeys for zoom.
DevinMarch 26, 2013 at 1:14 am #112318
Thanks for that note. Forgive me, I don’t know what all that has to do with my question. But again, thanks for the comment.
My issue is with widgets inexplicably moving out the sidebar and to a completely different area on the bottom of the page… How is this happening? Did you see the screenshots I included above? Are you understanding what is happening? Were you able to recreate the problem in Chrome and Firefox on your end? Anyone else? Can you ask someone else to look at it? Do you have any suggestions as to how we can keep these widgets in the sidebar where they belong, even when the end users in Chrome or Firefox zoom out… ?
BoeMarch 26, 2013 at 12:56 pm #112319
But I have no experience with it so It would be up to you to actually integrate it in a way that leads to the solution you are looking for.
I’m just not sure under what circumstance a user would zoom out. Its a fairly antiquated feature these days with responsive design and resolutions so it isn’t something I’ve ever seen come up (which is why I said the theme doesn’t have any built in support for the browser function).
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