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    G.Ashwinkumar
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    Hi guys i have a site http://www.booktips.in with Magazine Pro theme. Well i would like to know that if by any chance i could have a separate layout for mobile sites. Generally people suggest to create a mobile site or use some plugins to do some pretty work, but i think they might be time consuming and not necessary to me, because mine is not such a problem where the mobile site looks awful and all.
    The thing i want to change is that the ads in the secondary sidebar come in the last of the page, is there anything i could do to get them quite higher like insert them between posts(only in mobile version) so that the adds get seen! And just change the layout here and there.
    So how do i do it? If i’m unclear somewhere please let me know i’ll try to rephrase the sentence for you!

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    #110497

    nciske
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    Try this (in your max-wdith 1023px media query):

    
    .header-image .site-title > a{
    	float: left;
    	min-height: 180px;
    	width: 100%;
    }
    
    .site-title a{
    	background: url("http://armidaletreegroup.org.au/wp-content/uploads/cropped-arm-tree-group-header-150-v2.png") repeat-x;
    	background-size: contain;
    }
    

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    #110503

    nciske
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    Oops, replied to the wrong post. Please disregard.


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    #110505

    nciske
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    A real answer to this thread:

    Easy way: Insert the ads all the places you want them to appear, then show/hide them with media queries so they only appear at certain resolutions.


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    #110780

    G.Ashwinkumar
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    Thanks for your suggestion. As i’m a beginner can you please explain this in detail?

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