Education Theme: Disable Responsive Code

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    Anita
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    My client doesn’t want the Education theme responsive anymore. Older people are viewing the site on different types of monitors and they keep saying the site is “broken.” How can I disable responsiveness?


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    #30762

    weslinda
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    In the CSS file, you’ll want to remove all code after.  You’ll also need to remove the responsive code from the specific color file if they are using one of the custom color schemes.  I’d make a backup in case they change their mind.

     

    /* Responsive Design
    ———————————————————— */


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    #30769

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    Thanks @weslinda, I’ll give it a try and let you know if it works.


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    #30772

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    Okay, I am using the default color scheme. I removed the responsive code below the line indicated. Now when the site shows up on my Android or I reduce the size of the browser, only half the page is there. When you scroll right it’s blank white space.


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    #30775

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    If you scroll down, is the sidebar pushed?  May mean not all of the responsive CSS is missing. ALL of the responsive code must go, and if it’s calling a “color” file, then the responsive code from that stylesheet needs to go as well.


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    #33047

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    It’s been a week or so but I tried it and when the site renders on mobile – there is a huge white block on the right side where the content is not showing. Do I need to remove the Viewport code out of there?


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    #33067

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    It’s very hard to diagnose an issue without being able to see the issue.  Can you provide a link of the development site?


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    #33122

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    Oh, sorry – http://goo.gl/kxXcJ.


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    #33170

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    So in pulling the CSS file, not all of the code after
    /* Responsive Design
    ———————————————————— */
    is gone.  Everything from
    /* Responsive Design
    ———————————————————— */
    to the end of the file should be deleted.


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