By Barnaby Skinner+
Hey all, hope I worded the topic correctly!
I just need to know if either 1) I'm making a mistake or 2) this could be set as a new feature?
Using the global settings typography parameters, I have a global paragraph font type (set using googlefonts) and have set the style to align:justify. When laying out <p> text inside a simple TEXT module, the <p> text adheres to both the font type and justification. Perfect.
Now, when I set <p> text inside the PARAGRAPH TEXT field within an ELEMENT module, the <p> text adheres to the font type, but not the justification. It's rather annoying as I like to fully justify para text across the board and tend to use Element modules instead of text boxes for various reasons. It also seems silly that some PARAGRAPH TEXT fields adopt global settings, whilst other don't.
Or I'm doing it wrong :S
Any help or advice is much appreciated!
I have been using DMS and pagelines.
I am facing to a huge trouble with the appearance of one of my page on mobile (smart phones) built with pagelines.
However I haven’t come to any solutions to organise either edit the appearance of mobile view to look neat or deactivate the responsive function.
Now it looks totally messy on the phone...
1. Is there any way to edit the appearance of the mobile version (responsive theme)?
2. Is there any way to deactivate responsive function?
If I could receive support from you to go thorough this process I would be happy to be a pro member.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
This just happened to a site I'm working on. When I decrease width of browser to check for responsiveness...the pagelines content section is not responding???
While building my website, I set a padding of 5%, 25%, 5%, 25% so the text on the pages is not too wide.
However, it looks crappy on mobile.
How do I get the same effect and still have it look good on mobile?
By Michael Kummer+
can I limit the overall of MegaNav on mobile? When I look at michaelkummer.com on a mobile device, the menu takes up more than a third of the screen space. Using CSS to limit max-height doesn't seem to work. Is there another/better way to reduce the overall height to maybe 10% of the screen available?