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There seems to be a problem with the mobile version. I cannot click the open menu button when I’m on my phone?
Any guesses on what could be the issue?
On which cellphone and browser?
We tested on Nexus 6, iPhone 6, Samsung Edge 6 and all worked fine.
I tested on iphone 5 safari and nexus 5 chrome. Couldn’t click the menu button.
Thx for the quick replies
Sorry Iphone works apparently. But still having problems on chrome nexus 5
Could it be because the homepage images are quite heavy? Could I disable the script that loads all the images only if the screen is smaller than 400-something pixels? Maybe that fixes it.
You can use compressjpeg.com or tinypng.com to compress heavy jpeg and png images.
I am aware I can shrink jpg, I just want to know if you offer an adjustment to the script that can disable the loading of all the background images if the screen size is smaller than 400px. Guess it’s just adding an if(screensize > …px) .. somewhere.
If you could help me by telling me where to add it, that would already be of great help to me
Actually as per resolution we can’t have the script to load or not load. That can happen if we have a separate mobile theme altogether and not in responsive we can do something like this. At the most we can disable some items altogether via css in mobile responsive mode.
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