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tindel

I wanted to even see if this was possible...

 

Is there a way to have the collapsible nav without having the collapsible website.  When on a mobile device, I feel like it would be ideal to use the collapsible nav, but would love to maintain the responsive non mobile site below that nav.  Does that make any sense?

 

Not all that literate in what makes the site become responsive.

If anyone could let me know their thoughts, much appreciated.

 

John

 

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Danny

Hi John,

 

Please see the accepted answer on this topic, it has instructions on how to achieve this, you will probably want to increase the width to a higher value.

 

http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/26261-change-responsive-trigger-width-of-navbar/


Please search our forums, before posting!

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tindel

Thanks man.  I went and changed the style.less to 1000px and uploaded new file, but nothing happened.  I am using fixed nav, so was wondering if that could be the issue?  Was hoping to have non-mobile site but with mobile menu on ipad and iphone.

 

Thanks again for your help and past help.

 

Site is johntindel.com

 

john

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James B

Hi there,

 

Resizing your site the nav does change at around a 1000 pixels. Don't forget the ipad has two set widths, one for portrait and one for landscape. See - http://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/media-queries-for-standard-devices/ for the widths of the various devices.

 

The css will work for the fixed navbar as well as the navbar.


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James B

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tindel

thanks.  I got it to work from the advice.  now going to try to tweak it.  thanks

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