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Author Topic: Drop down question / S5 Image and content fader feedback  (Read 270 times)
caligineux
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« on: March 23, 2016, 12:09:19 PM »

All I see for width options for the drop down included with this template are full width and body width. Is there any way I can put a single module in the drop down and have it wrap to cover it?  Huh

Also, the S5 image and content fader that comes with the site shaper for this template has really poor placement of the forward/back slide arrows. They might work well when you are accessing the site on a desktop, but they are a nightmare when browsing with a phone. They really need to be spaced further apart.
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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2016, 07:53:39 AM »

Hello,

The drop down covers the entire width of the site. The width options in the template configuration for this area control the width of the individual modules that are published to the drop down, you can have a total of 6. If you want only one you would publish a single module to drop_down_1

I've not had negative feedback about the arrow before, and I just tried on mobile and didn't find them difficult. If you would like to change this you can add the following to custom.css:

.jdGallery a.left {
margin-right:20px !important;
}
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2016, 08:26:37 AM »

Thanks for the CSS Mike it certainly helps. I'm glad you don't have the same issue, perhaps I just have fat fingers. The drop down news is a tad disappointing, but good to know all the same. I suppose I'll have to go a different route for what I am looking to do on that end.
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