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Shri, I’m happy to inform you that the powers-that-be are very happy with the website. That is excellent!
There was one piece of feedback for which I don’t have an answer, and I’m hoping I can lean on you for what is hopefully the last time…
When the website was viewed on an iPad (I think it’s the mini model, but don’t quote me), the menu “bar” with the toggle spans the width of the screen, but when someone taps on the toggle, they can’t see the menu pop up because it is too far underneath the menu bar, so it looks like nothing is happening.
What can we do to bring the menu up closer to the menu bar so that they see that something is there? I’m thinking we can scoot it up about 15 pixels? When they click on the toggle, they would see a little of the light blue background of the menu pop up at the bottom of the screen, and would know there’s something there and that they need to scroll down to it.
I *think* this is the correct @media screen, but I’m not sure.
@media screen and (max-width: 979px) and (min-width: 720px)
Fantastic job on this theme. (where can I go to rate it?)
Thanks, again… hopefully for the last time!
(never mind about the rating question…. looks like I already left one!)
Yes change the max-width from 979 to 1024px.
Should work fine on iPad as well then.
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