First of all, thank you to the tremendous work you’ve done with all of your previous themes and now the foundation of your work. I just have one question / comment.
As much as “responsive-ness” is becoming the new norm. Some clients don’t necessarily want it. So When I started playing with JumpStart today for a new client I noticed that the responsive settings are not present like they are in Alyeska and Aracdian from the Theme Options Admin page. I also noticed that the css for the styles are spread through-out the main css and bootstrap and not separated into it’s own responsive.css file. So I came to the conclusion that it wasn’t going to be an option anymore.
However, digging into the framework, looking for the meta viewport. I noticed that your notes said “…if responsive design is enabled in framework.” (frontend/functions/display.php)
So I suppose my question would be, are you possibly adding this option later and with that, would you also be including the optional display responsive nav settings along with it like in the Alyeska / Arcadian themes?
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