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TOPIC: Adapt to screen resolution

Adapt to screen resolution 03 Jul 2013 23:16 #2342

Hi everybody
I have a problem with screen resolution adapting. When i visualize my main page (Figure 1) on a lower resolution screen something strange happens. All the menus appear overlapped (see Figure 2 ). Is there a way to make it automaticaly adapt to resolution, or should i insert a scrollbar?
Thanks in advance
Lucia
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Re: Adapt to screen resolution 04 Jul 2013 07:34 #2347

Hi. This template is not responsive...

I would suggest that you smallen the jf_mainmenu ul li padding.
open file templates/jf_relaxio/css/template.css

#jf_mainmenu ul li a, #jf_mainmenu ul li a:visited {
display: block;
background: url(../images/jf_mainmenu.png) no-repeat top right;
line-height: 62px;
padding: 0px 34px;
text-transform: uppercase;
color: #FFF;
font-size: 13px;
text-shadow: 1px 0px 0px #600F25;
}


Change the padding for example to padding: 0px 14px;
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