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Thread began 9/12/2016 1:19 pm by aaron | Last modified 12/08/2016 2:36 pm by Ray Borduin | 1287 views | 78 replies |

aaron

div issue

i just create a div on the left side call subscribe to newsletter....its fine on my desktop i want it there..but I'm having a lil issue on the mobile side...i will like to put the subscribe to newsletter box below the box call our special deal on mobile device.....

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What is the url to your site? I'll take a look. What exactly is the issue?

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aaron

the subscribe to newsletter box....its fine on my desktop i want it there..but I'm having a lil issue on the mobile side...i will like to put the subscribe to newsletter box below the box call our special deal on mobile device.....

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is going to appear in the order it appears in the HTML... the easiest solution is probably to add two divs to the page (one for desktop and one for mobile) in their corresponding positions. Then update the css so that the desktop div is not displayed on mobile and vice versa in the responsive.css file.

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aaron

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okay but i will have to update 2 div always.. Ray quick question how u did the other div i create a while ago.call new top pruduct ..i don't think u ad it 2 div....i think u fix it true css...im trying it just giving me a hard time....

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

New top product is the first one displayed and you wanted it on top, so I didn't have to do anything special.

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aaron

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I understand. It's that the only way to do it. U think if I obsolute just the Css on the responsive Css it will work. What u think.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The problem is that the absolute position will change based on the screen size. The easiest way is the way I suggested in the first place. If you don't wan to have two copies then you could create it in a separate file and include it on the page with require() in the php.

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aaron

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thank u i did it...i create a second div..and made one invisible on each side........another one now I'm trying to add 2 more news article in the recents news box..how can i make that happen

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The number of news articles can be set in the file webassist/plugins/cms_templates/news.php

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