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Joost
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There’s a purchase link right at the top of the page. That seems to be the way to go if you want to aquire the code :)

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Stammi
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^ I think he means the Item Switcher with this “Responsive Options” and not the theme itself. :D

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SimpleSites4U
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Seen its a few times now, its pretty cool

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MSFX
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yea the responsive switcher is nice :)

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uxde
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How can to write that code? Haha

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aaranmcguire
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How can to write that code? Haha

Right click -> View Source

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digitalimpact
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Interesting idea, but it kinda sucks in Chrome…

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aaranmcguire
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Interesting idea, but it kinda sucks in Chrome…

leaves lines for you as well? (not rendering correctly)

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revaxarts
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I’ve a similar “resolution chooser” on my admin template and it just works fine across browsers.

The “trick” is not to resize the iframe rather to resize a wrapping div around the iframe. This is how I did it

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