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Chat Hunters

Discussion in 'Forum Showcase and Critiques' started by Devilwillcry4you, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Thought I would share my newest forum, we started on SMF then decided to convert to Xenforo. Default theme was just finished last night. It's different then themes I'm use to making, which are blue lol
    Please leave me some feedback http://chathunters.com
     
  2. JordanH

    JordanH Well-Known Member

    Hey!

    The website gets cut off for me:
    http://prntscr.com/245vgg

    I'm using windows 8 on a 17.3inch laptop with a resolution of 1600x900
     
  3. Kelvin

    Kelvin Active Member

    same here 17inch monitor desktop
     
  4. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Thank you both very much, It's not doing that for me and it should be responsive.

    I think I got this working, please update me if you can.
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2013
  5. JordanH

    JordanH Well-Known Member

    Yup, It is working fine now :D
     
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  6. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Woohoo thank you for letting me know, I had a major scare there. Just ended up being something off in the general settings when I was playing around.
     
  7. Kelvin

    Kelvin Active Member

    Yep, it's fine now
     
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  8. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Thank you for the letting me know.
     
  9. tajhay

    tajhay Well-Known Member

    Your google ad at top stops the site from being really responsive
     
  10. JordanH

    JordanH Well-Known Member

    Ya thats true.

    This is how I fixed my 728x90 ad (Added in extra.css):

    Code:
    <xen:if is="@enableResponsive">
    @media (max-width:@maxResponsiveWideWidth)
    {
      .adroll-block { display: none; }
    }
    </xen:if>
    I set your class as adroll-block as thats what I found with inspect element on your site. You can change it to w.e fits on your site if thats not it.
    Also, @maxResponsiveWideWidth dont work right (Stops the ad to soon or not soon enough), you can change the width manually by entering in a number such as 800 in its replace.

    This however, will cause the ad not to show on mobile sites. If you want a smaller ad to show on mobile sites you may ant to use Google's responsive ads.
     
  11. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Thank you will look into getting this resolved.
     
  12. Devilwillcry4you

    Devilwillcry4you Active Member

    Sorry for double post, but just checked on my phone an everything looks fine except the top ad runs over. It's set to be responsive so not sure what to do.
     

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