Outreach Theme displaying Home Widgets on mobile

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  • #56160

    jlong230
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    I have been trying to find why the home widgets are displaying strangely on mobile/tablets. On a tablet the home widget #3 seems to bump to the #4 position and home widget #4 goes to another row all by itself. I looked at my css but nothing seems to jump out, even when I compared it to the Outreach demo theme. How can I have Home widget #1-#2 on the same row and have home widget #3-#4 on the second row?

    Thanks!

    http://www.rslcs.org/
    #56355

    anitac
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    Let me know when you turn the site on so I can take a look.


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    #56404

    jlong230
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    Oops. Sorry about that. I had to do some work on it for a bit.

    The site is: http://bit.ly/14Mji1J

    Thank you!

    #71997

    1cHrisWs01
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    Hi,

    Following up on the above issue, I too am experiencing the same phenomena. On an iPad, it occurs when you view the iPad in Portrait mode. I went back to the site above and checked to see if they have resolved the problem and it seems they hadn’t.

    My development site is http://www.warwickstuart.com/stpete
    The above site is http://www.rslcs.org/

    BTW. I disabled all the images to see if something funky was happening there, however the same issue occurred.

    I look forward to your advice

    Thanks

    Chris


    Chris Mundy
    Canberra, Australia

    #72773

    1cHrisWs01
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    After speaking with support the resolution to this issue is this:

    .home-1,
    .home-2,
    .home-3,
    .home-4 {
    height: 300px;
    }

    I hope this helps

    Chris


    Chris Mundy
    Canberra, Australia

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