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zookini

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Hi Eugene, the IG feed is not working for Munch WP Theme? I triple checked the developer client API settings, feed name etc, the gallery images do not display.

The feed was replaced with a recommended plugin because the Instagram API was changed. Update the theme to the latest version and install the plugin and you should be fine.

Hi there!

I am using your theme since a couple of days and I really like it. There is just one thing what is not working properly: the main menu collapses when I’m scrolling over it on mobile/tablet. Is there a theme modification available to prevent the menu form collapsing? It is hardly possible to use the main menu on mobile. My website is: stadthouder.bv-webdesign.nl.

Kind regards, Vincent Mullenders B&V Webdesign

The fix is dependent on the device width. There’s some Javascript in the theme that closes the menu on window resize to prevent the menu for getting bugged when switching between layouts. When you scroll up on an iOS device the window resizes to show the address bar. I have disabled that piece of code on the smallest navigation layout when the window width is below 769px. I’ll see what effect disabling that code on the next smallest layout has.

Hi, I think you have to disable that piece of code for device widths smaller then 1025px. For now I disabled the theme menu for screen sizes smaller then 1025 px and use a third party responsive menu plugin. It would be nice to use the standard theme menu in the future.

I saw you fixed the issue, thank you!

Hi Eugene, I also have same problem about the IG feed is not working, after I update the Munch theme to the latest version, then told me to install the WP instagram widget plugin, when I activate the plugin, I can’t saw any thing on my main page, every thing disappear, what can I do now?

I think you need to update your version of WordPress. The WP Instagram plugin is causing a PHP error which I think is because that function requires a newer version of WordPress.

OK, I will test it, thanks a lot.

If that doesn’t work you might need to update the version of PHP used on your server. You should be able to do that by contacting your host.

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