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In reply to: Graphene Mobile Neo Theme Fails to Install under WP 3.5.1 – "…missing the style.css stylesheeMarch 16, 2013 at 2:38 am #36720
Okay, Thanks again for your great support!
In reply to: Graphene Mobile Neo Theme Fails to Install under WP 3.5.1 – "…missing the style.css stylesheeMarch 16, 2013 at 2:08 am #36718
Thank you for your very quick responses. The website is here:
In reply to: Graphene Mobile Neo Theme Fails to Install under WP 3.5.1 – "…missing the style.css stylesheeMarch 16, 2013 at 1:28 am #36716
I have been using the Graphene Mobile theme with the WordPress Mobile pack switcher, because I found the Mobile Smart switcher simply doesn’t work properly.
When I try to use graphene mobile neo, I run into a number of issues:
1. When I disable WordPress Mobile pack switcher, enable the neo helper plugin and enable Mobile Smart all my other plug-ins are automatically disabled! I have to manually go enable each of the plugins. This is not cool at all.
2. If I try to disable Mobile Smart – I can’t! It keeps getting re-enabled, presumably by the neo helper plugin. I have to diasable neo helper plugin first in order to disable Mobile Smart. This is also not cool.
3. If I try to use Mobile Smart with neo the site does not render properly at all on a mobile device. As I mentioned in my previous post, the menu items are listed vertically down the screen and overwrite other content.
4. This is on a new site with just a few plug-ins. If I disable ALL the plugins except Mobil Smart and neo-helper, it still renders improperly as in 3. above.
Sorry, I realized what I did seconds after posting. However, the theme is not working properly – the menu is laid out vertically down the page when viewing from an android phone, and overwrites the content, so it’s totally unusable.
Thank you for your fast reply. That fixed the problem. I used the slider to set the column widths – and it injects fractional widths. I initially had changed these manually to integers, but re-did the widths later and left them as floating point values.
I am experiencing problems with both IE and FireFox in that they are wrapping the second column underneath the first column and not displaying side by side in a two column configuration. Website renders fine in Chrome and Safari. Screen capture is here. Site is here .
Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
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