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  • #25484
    lizonbc
    Member

    Jason,

    I apologize for all of my questions. My client has now changed his mind and wants the contact info and the copyright on the same line. Great. I granted that. However, it’s in the greenish footer bar above the grey copyright bar. And he wants to delete the grey copyright bar. Can we do that?

    http://www.ataitec.net

    Liz

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  • #25571
    lizonbc
    Member

    Apologies. For some reason I thought the color was configured under the picture icon (like in the section), so I didn’t look there. I can now see the content on my browser. But for some reason the font seems bigger than the site font. I think it might be an optical allusion.

    #25574
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Yup, it’s the same size. All is 15px. But you could always make it smaller, if you wanted. I think you’ve got the hang of this by now 😉 …

    #custom-bottom {
      font-size: 13px;
    }
    #25581
    lizonbc
    Member

    Thanks, Jason. But now my client has found another problem. When he decreases the screen (so that it’s a half screen) the content disappears. I tried it myself and it disappears for me too.

    #25583
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    #25626
    lizonbc
    Member

    And thank you for finding this.

    #25691
    lizonbc
    Member

    Another problem….

    There is a chunk of white space at the bottom of every page that doesn’t have a lot of content on it, especially seen on the Events page http://www.ataitec.net/about-us/events/

    Is there a fix for this?

    #25693
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    That’s just what’s going to happen if the browser window is taller than the site’s container. You can change the body background if you want (which would display below the footer, outside of the site container).

    #25698
    lizonbc
    Member

    And the other issue is that when you reduce the size of viewing it on the browser the sides have more white, as opposed to 100% or higher when the products fill up almost the entire page. Is that the same reason?

    http://www.ataitec.net

    #25711
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    This is the responsive styling of the theme, and pretty standard stuff. As you scale the window more narrow, there are certain responsive breakpoints, and when you arrive at those breakpoints, the website layout becomes more narrow to fit. You can see where all this is declared in the theme at the top of /assets/css/theme.css if you want specific breakpoints and dimensions.

    #25738
    lizonbc
    Member

    I’m kind of lost here. Where do I find /assets/css/theme.css?

    I looked under assets in the documentation but none of it made sense.

    #25741
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    On your server, you can find all of your WordPress themes you have uploaded to your site at:

    /wp-content/themes/ ...

    Your Denali theme will be in a folder called “denali” :

    /wp-content/themes/denali/ ...

    So, if I say there’s a file in the theme, /assets/css/theme.css, you’ll find in on your server, where you have WordPress installed, at:

    /wp-content/themes/denali/assets/css/theme.css

    And here’s the direct link to the file on your site:

    http://www.ataitec.net/wp-content/themes/denali/assets/css/theme.css

    … I’m telling you that all the CSS that controls what you asked about, so you can look at it for reference. You can also see all of this from using your browser’s inspector, as well.

    #25744
    lizonbc
    Member

    Thanks for sending me the file, but I’m not clear at all on how to reset the breakpoints. And maybe what you are saying is that they shouldn’t or can’t be reset?

    #25746
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Sure, it can over overridden. Like anything, you’d just override that CSS from your child theme’s style.css.

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