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phil1409 Purchased

hi i would like know if visual builder function with post too or only in page. I would like multiple columns in text post

and second question its possible full width image in post and only after begin text and sidebar (picture and bottom text and sidebar) ?

thanks

feeleep

Multiple columns can be added via shortcodes (Momo shortcodes > Columns tab). Home Page Builder is only used for composing home pages.
The second question of yours is really abstruse, I simply can’t figure out where that full width image is supposed to be placed.
Basically, images with this theme are fluid (will always take up entire width) so if you insert it to full width page it’ll stretch. In case you put it in a sidebar – it’ll shrink automatically.

corlissj Purchased

Hello-

My site does not show up like the demo site on mobile. It loses the background image (which actually doesn’t bother me), but it also loses the main navigation. How can I fix this?

http://southwestern.edu/su_blogs/suonline/
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corlissj Purchased

There is also another problem I am troubleshooting. If you look at the breadcrumbs on this page, you will see that the slashes are missing around “Past Issues” and the font is wonky. It only happens with the category “Past Issues” http://southwestern.edu/su_blogs/suonline/category/past-issues/september-2014/

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corlissj Purchased

I actually fixed the navigation issue. Hoping you can still help me with the breadcrumbs.

feeleep

Did you or anyone else modify “Momo/inc/breadcrumbs.php” for some reason? I ask because that file is obviously improperly changed.
Take a look at the following screen shot: http://goo.gl/zj4v97
Something like that can’t happen with the default “breadcrumbs.php”, I can guarantee it can’t! My friendly advice is to roll the original file back and everything will be OK.

Hi there, I was wondering if there is a way to DISABLE the responsive layout? I like how my layout currently looks and do not want it changing when the window is smaller.

feeleep

Unfortunately there’s not. The theme is built around Bootstrap framework and which is responsive by default.

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Ok that’s fine. Is there a way that I can determine how the page will be set up when it switches layouts? This way I could ensure it looks a certain way when the size is changed.

Also, is there a way to make the Heading banner centered instead of left-justified?

feeleep

You can simply resize your Browser window to see how the elements on page adapt to new width.
Use modern browsers for that purpose, not all are capable to handle media queries ( see http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-mediaqueries ).
As for the site header banner, there’s only a few pixels left for the banner to touch the right hand side of a wrapper. So even if you center align – nobody will notice. And the banner will scale anyway…
You can convince yourself if you try to add a class “text-center” to the banner wrapping element… open “header.php” for edit and find the line reading:

<div class="col-lg-7 col-md-7 col-sm-12 col-xs-12 col-lg-push-5 col-md-push-5" id="head-banner">

Append the class “text-center” to that DIV, save changes, get back to front-end and refresh the page.
Here’s how:
<div class="col-lg-7 col-md-7 col-sm-12 col-xs-12 col-lg-push-5 col-md-push-5 text-center" id="head-banner">

We’re using the social media widgets in the footer (namely pinterest and twitter) but they’re not working. We’ve tested multiple settings in both widget and theme settings. Any ideas? http://hotties.juliantrueflynn.com/

feeleep

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