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3 bugs in css

09-09-2012, 10:06 AM
# 12 (permalink)
Originally Posted by dracul
Yes, I saw your topic.
If the background can be fixed, the lack of horizontal scrolling on the screen with a small resolution - a big bug, I think.
09-09-2012, 03:38 PM
# 13 (permalink)
ok guys what you see is after horzi scroll effect , you resized , and moved horizontal scroll to the right , that is not a template bug, and if you scrolled , scroll back and you will see that the bg comes back


there is no horiz scroll on our demo because the demo is inside the iframe and it makes no sense at all to have it , you have a button on our demo that removes the iframe so you can test , this is not template related at all and it is only on our demo

to everyone , this template is not made to be responsive so please do not expect it to behave as responsive on smaller screens,

in short , tested and no css bugs
09-12-2012, 03:49 AM
# 14 (permalink)

I m sorry but I have to disagree with you Neo, its just need a min width on the header and the footer as the rest body has, now you are set the width of the template to 1000px, the body follow the restriction but the header and the footer NOT .

Its only set the min width on the header and footer which needs to check the variable you set on the config page of the template and thats it !!

So easy .

I hope to understand this time .
09-12-2012, 06:58 AM
# 15 (permalink)
please understand me , template made for 1000px and up not 1000px and under and not made for smaller screens, fixing or adjusting the template view under 1000px was not the idea , yes your suggestion might be the solution for your problem but tell me who sits on pages that have bottom scroll and you cant see half of the screen, and as our analytics show , latest trend for resolution is 1280 not under 1000 , 2000 visitors of 200k/month have 1024 screens. i hope i make sense now.

Either way , all grids are due for an update , a responsive one so you wont have any reason for this.
01-15-2023, 02:25 PM
# 16 (permalink)
Originally Posted by neo
1. you mean issue with under the footer (Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.) , will fix that in a few License

2. no more IE7 support http://www.youjoomla.com/blog-yjteam...a-divorce.html

3. Back

The topic to which the link leads corresponds to the issue that worries me now
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