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Portamx and Responsive themes

Started by CannabisGamerClub, 22. Oct 2014, 09:12:24

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CannabisGamerClub

22. Oct 2014, 09:12:24
Hello, I am using portamx on a responsive smf theme. On the mobile version the portamx html blocks kind of make everything un-proportionate and make it look like the theme is trying too be responsive but looks janky. Is their a way too make the Portamx flow with the responsive theme? Thank you for any tips or help with this issue i'm facing. Looks like the rest of the theme responds but the portamx blocks.

feline

#1
25. Oct 2014, 00:30:25
which theme you use?
for mobile themes it's better to switch off the panels (left/right) and also it's a good idee to make blocks specific for a mobile theme.
to switch off blocks in a panel, use the Dynamic visibility options settings and select the theme on Show or Hide the block on theme.
also you can modify the theme index.template.php and insert the lines:
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global $modSettings;
$modSettings['pmx_paneloff'] = array('left', 'right');

after the lines:
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function template_init()
{
global $context, $settings, $options, $txt;
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

CannabisGamerClub

#2
04. Nov 2014, 09:23:47
Thanks, and that will disable them on mobile?

portamx

#3
04. Nov 2014, 16:45:50
Yes .. if you put that in the index template for the mobile theme ...

CannabisGamerClub

#4
10. Nov 2014, 06:54:35
I'm using Zgames theme, from smftricks. I added that code in my theme's index.template.php, I couldn't find a mobile version in my theme, not sure where too add that code if that's what I need too do. What do you suggest I do?

portamx

#5
12. Nov 2014, 14:03:39
I can nothing to say to this theme ..
If you need a real mobile template, look at http://smf-media.com/

cieplutki

#6
28. Jan 2016, 20:36:50
Hello,
how to force the blocks to be responsive
The code presented above does not exist
using this theme:
http://demo.smftricks.com/index.php?theme=72



feline

#7
28. Jan 2016, 22:55:01
I don't known that theme, but I think the function is exist in the file ...
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

cieplutki

#8
29. Jan 2016, 07:47:14
This deletes the left and right panels,
does not give responsiveness
all blocks go beyond style

So please help, even the default style is smashed by blocks link to site: http://ewmapa.pl/index.php?action=community looka at mobile device



feline

#9
29. Jan 2016, 21:44:21
We work on a new release, they have options to show/hide panel and/or block on device types (Mobile/Desktop/Both)....
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

cieplutki

#10
29. Jan 2016, 23:01:54
Ok,
I'll waiting for New relase