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When I view the home page of tchevalier.com on a laptop it looks fine when the browser window is full screen. But if I decrease the width of the window by pulling the side, two of the modules shrink but the type in them doesn't adjust for a good number of pixels until the phone/tablet version switch happens. So there's a gappy bit where the type and images in the module overflows the container. I thought this was just a fluke on my own laptop and that no one would notice, but a couple of people pointed it out to me. Any custom code available that would rectify this?
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Hello

May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to [email protected] and we will examine this issue further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

Ciarán
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Thank KChev

We hope to have now resolved this issue by increasing the break point of your mobile menu?

Ciarán
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Perfect! Thank you!

I might use this template again. Is this a fix that will be incorporated into an update or should I just come to you again if the issue arises in the future?
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Hi KChev

To amend you can edit the following in your templates styles.php (line 38)...


@media only screen and (max-width: <?php echo ($wrapper_width + 360); ?>px) { 


Change to....


@media only screen and (max-width: <?php echo ($wrapper_width + 380); ?>px) { 


Ciarán
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