So I’m having a tough time figuring out this problem. When I look at for instance the original template page for the Minimum design, http://demo.studiopress.com/minimum/, and move it in between my dual monitors (of different sizes and orientation), I realized that the design of the webpages completely change. For instance, the title MINIMUM THEME goes to the very top and above the navigation menu, or if you got the sample blog page, http://demo.studiopress.com/minimum/templates/blog/, the stuff including the about me etc. that was originally on the side bar is now at the very bottom under all of the blog posts.
Is there a way to fix this and lock in the webpages so they don’t fundamentally alter the look of the website? I understand that it might have something to do with the “mobile responsive design” of this template, but can’t this be fixed???? (It’s driving me, a relative novice to CSS design, crazzzzzy).
Thanks in advance for any help!
I did that but realized that by doing this, and then going to the website on my iPhone, that it totally doesn’t work. Is there not a way to have my cake and eat it too?
what’s the site? It should def work, all your doing is removing the media queries from changing anything when the screen size is changed. What you’ll get is your site as is, you’ll have to do some finger scrolling a bit but the site should still work…
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