Mobile Responsiveness in Balance Theme for menus, widgets

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    Benjer
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    I moved a few things around at the top of my page (using Balance Theme). Pretty much happy with the result, but I broke the mobile responsiveness on the header image, the menus, and the slider near the top. I’ve read an article on mobile responsiveness from StudioPress (http://www.studiopress.com/design/flexible-grid.htm), but I can’t get to the bottom of the issue. Thankfully, the articles show up great when viewed in mobile, so it’s not terrible…but I’d really like at least the menus look right. Any other approaches I can take?

    Thanks!

    http://www.benjermcveigh.com
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    AC
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    My comment is stuck in spam. Email me on my website and I will send you my suggestions.

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    AC
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    Since you aren’t using one of the newer HTML5 themes, you can use the Genesis Responsive Header plugin found here. Follow the instruction. It’s works great for non-HTML5 Genesis child themes. As for the the other issue, you are just using the Genesis Slider. Swap that out for the Genesis Responsive Slider found here. That may resolve this one.

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    Pelowtz
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    Hey Anitac-

    Thanks for the two plugins you mentioned. They helped me – I had similar problems as Benjer.

    I am having another issue that I hope you can help me with. To help me explain (and if you would oblige), you can go to the Studiopress Responsive Testing Page and test my URL

    newtheme.jesseplautz.com

    http://www.studiopress.com/responsive/

    As you can see the text in the blog post below my featured widgets is overlapping with the “home-featured-right’ CSS element (that houses the Genesis eNews extended email signup widget).

    Why is this happening? it is the last bit of responsive troubles.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

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