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Hi Ciaran,

I have just bought Artisan to upgrade a site to J5 and it displays the menu for a mobile phone on a laptop screen instead of down the side as per the demo.

The test site is:

https://www.addinghamvillagesocialclub.com/test/

I can't figure out how to change this so that the menu displays correctly - can you please help?

Best regards,

Gary
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Hi Gary

Just to confirm I understand you correctly, you wish to change the screensize at which the desktop men switched to the mobile version (currently 1320px)?

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Yes Ciaran that's correct. 1320 px seems very large for the mobile version menu - I thought it normally kicks in around 720 px.

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Hi Ciaran,

Could I please get a response on this?

Thanks,

Gary
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Hello

Unfortunately there is no CSS only solution to change this with our Artisan template. May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to info@joomla51.com and we will amend your template directly. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

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Thank you

I edited your template, reducing the viewport width at which the mobile menu is displayed.

Ciaran
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Thanks Ciaran much appreciated as usual.
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Hi Ciaran,

Sorry a couple of more questions for you on this template as I am trying to upgrade a site to J5 from J3.

I am trying to get https://www.addinghamvillagesocialclub.com/test/ as similar as possible to https://www.addinghamvillagesocialclub.com/

To try and do this:

1. I need to set a background image and there doesn't appear to be an option in Artisan to do this.
2. How would I set Hornav Link Hover Colour.
3. How would I set Header opacity.

Thanks and regards,

Gary
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Hi Gary

1. By default, I dont believe this option is available with our Artisan template. Would you have a added a plugin to set a background image?

2. To amend try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

.hornav>ul>li>a:hover {
color: #e69a10;
}


3. As the Artisan template does not have a conventional header, are you referring to the sidebar?

Ciaran
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Thanks Ciaran,

1. Do you have recommended plugin for setting the background image as there seem to be quite a few around.
2. Thanks that works well.
3. Sorry yes I did mean the sidebar where the menu is.
4. Is it also possible to remove the margin around the whole page?

Regards,

Gary
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Hi Ciaran,

Could I get a response on this please?

Thanks,

Gary
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Hello

1. I personally have not used these plugins
3. To amend try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

.sidebar_wrapper {
opacity: .5;
}

4. Sorry to say this option is not available with this template.

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