Post by johan019 » Fri Oct 17, 2014 5:41 pm

Hi guys,

First off, wow. What a big change (to the better) in the interface between previous 1.5 versions and this 2.0 version, good job!

Now to my problem. I am re-structuring and adjusting the original theme in 2.0 to my needs but I can't seem to figure out where to make changes in the stylesheet to get to the responsive design. I am trying to make changes under

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@media (max-width: 767px) {   }
but nothing happens when I view the page on my Galaxy S4.

Main problem also is that the "categories button" is not working properly when viewing the site on a mobile device. Nothing happens when pressing it. Further on the texts (altough the icons are there) in "top links" are missing. But once I find the correct media queries I surely will be able to correct this.

Anyone faced the same problems?

Thanks in advance guys and girls!

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Post by tacobandito » Sat Oct 18, 2014 2:03 am

OC 2.0 uses Bootstrap 3, so if you're asking about how to structure media queries, etc..knowing what's running the thing and having the docs handy is a good thing.

That said, I think you're looking for this file...

\catalog\view\javascript\bootstrap\css\bootstrap.min.css

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Post by johan019 » Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:57 am

Thank you tacobandito!

Actually, I did look at the "bootstrap.min.css" but it didn't made me feel any smarter. :choke:
First of all, it wasn't broken down like a regular css when viewing it with notepad++. All code in a single line. ???

But thank you for the advice and the link, I am reading some good tips from the site as we speak.
Like the "no zooming" -thing, and how I add that in my header file etc.

Have a great evening!

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