Responsive design question – breaks in media queries

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  • #9180

    ebwalker
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    I am using Quattro as a theme and I love it, thanks!!

    Quick question: I want to have the search bar appear below the menu on all the screen sizes 768 and below and at the top of the sidebar on the 1024 size screen. Leaving it beside the menu on all the larger screen sizes. http://ignitecreatives.com

    I am testing it on the studio press mobile responsive tester- http://www.studiopress.com/responsive/
    How can I make that happen?

    Thanks!

    #10888

    daveerin
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    Sorry I haven’t got an answer for you, but I am also using Quattro theme. I noticed your header image shrinks down when viewed on a smaller screen.. on my site nomadspirit.net, if you make your browser window smaller, everything fits nice apart from the main header. Was there anything you did to make this happen?


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    #10931

    ebwalker
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    I’ll get my issue going soon I hope. Haven’t had much time to work on it since I posted. If you come up with anything, let me know.

    For the header, I used http://designsbynickthegeek.com/plugins/genesis-responsive-header-updated. It makes it super easy to design unique header logos for each size break in the media queries.

    #11183

    daveerin
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    Thanks for the heads up. Im really liking the theme so far, but im slightly concerned with the very large style sheet that this might be causing my site to be running slower than it should. i guess its hard to have both beauty and speed when it comes to web design!


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    #11195

    ebwalker
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    I don’t feel like mine is slow, but I am using a caching program. Haven’t run a ton of tests on that, but thanks for the heads up. I’ll keep an eye out.

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