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Modal Popup Mobile Device CSS Considerations

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Claude203

We are using Modal Popup on our site and it works great. But I would like to learn how to target Modal Popup with CSS so that I could revise its container dimensions, font size, embedded image size (or other attributes) on mobile devices.

 

In other words, what to place after this:

 

@media only screen and (max-device-width: 700px) {

...

}

 

Thank you!


Claude Johnson
BlackFives.org

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Danny

Hi Claude,

 

What modal are you using, the one included in DMS or a third party plugin. Also, can you provide a link to the site in question please.


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Danny

Ok, that is a third party extension so I am going to have to move your topic to that extensions forum. As we are unable to provide support for third party extensions, I don't even have access to the section.

 

I have MrFent mentioned the developer who may be able to assist you.


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Claude203

Danny, thanks. I did not even know that there is a third party extensions forum. Where is it? 

 

Update: I found it. Now I know. Thanks.


Claude Johnson
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MrFent

Hi Claude, the default ID is #ModalPopUp This can be found using chrome's inspection tool or firefox's firebug extension. So your less would look something like this:

 

@media only screen and (max-device-width: 700px) {

   #ModalPopUp {

      .modal-header {

      color:#000ff;

      }

   }

}

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Claude203

Thank you MrFent, I was having trouble finding it. In the range of inspector/firebug/CSS skill level I am probably an intermediate-beginner or maybe an advanced-beginner! :-) So this is incredibly helpful. I can run with this now. Thanks.


Claude Johnson
BlackFives.org

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MrFent

no problem, I was once where you are. let me know if you have any more questions.

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