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just1jp Purchased

I tried to sign-up for on your support site, but could not find the purchase code anywhere within my confirmation email from Envato.

I’m having a problem with the responsiveness of the Orcur theme. For some reason it’s breaking when viewed on iPad portrait view. My site is http://www.hack-fit.com. Somewhere around 945px in width is where it is breaking and then it reverts to mobile layout (I’m assuming) around 752px width (which works). Any ideas?

Thanks, J

ReneMerino

let me take a look at it and get back to you…

Default-user
just1jp Purchased

So I changed the media query to reflect the same CSS as what is being used within the Mobile query. So now the ipad view doesn’t break completely. But I still can’t figure out why the mobile nav jumps into the div (id=”logo”) when the iPad media query is triggered. Thinking that this may cause the problem?

ReneMerino

Glad you found the issue, the mobile nav is triggered on the ipad version to avoid the nav from breaking if its too long.

kanaitek Purchased

The version if the twitter API you are referencing has been depreciated as of 6/11/13 and the code needs to be updated.

ReneMerino

Thanks for the heads up, I’ll update this ASAP…

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kanaitek Purchased

Have you updated the code yet? Can you please add versioning so we know which is the newest.

ReneMerino

still working on a solution, twitter changed the whole API so its a bit harder now…

What is the minimum image size i must use for the flexslider banners?

ReneMerino

There recommended size is an image larger than 1200×500

Default-user

Thank you,

Gluepot1 Purchased

This website isn’t actually responsive in IE8. Is this correct?

ReneMerino

Hey Glueport1, the website is responsive in IE7 – IE10

I have an issue with the counter, i set it up until november 6th, but the counter says there are 71 days to that date and in fact, there are only 50 aprox day left. How can i fix that?

ReneMerino

Would you mind, emailing me a link to your site so I can take a look.

Hi, Please have you got WordPress of this?

ReneMerino

yes I do, you can contact me via private msg on how to get it.

I have set up the countdown clock and want to remove the seconds. Any thoughts on how to do this? Here is my example.

http://bostonweb-dev.com/natural-expo/coded/index.php

Thanks for your help.

ReneMerino

Hi ppercuoco, thank you for your purchase and sorry for the late response, you can try this code

// Hide code $(’.counter’).countdown({until: liftoffTime, layout: ‘{sn} {sl}, {mn} {ml}, {hn} {hl}, and {dn} {dl}’});

and in the layout object pass in what you want to see.

You can learn more about this in the plugin’s website http://keith-wood.name/countdown.html checkout the layout tab.

Best, Rene

Default-user

Hi Rene,

Perfect. It worked. Thanks,

Phil

ReneMerino

I’m glad I could help. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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