RobParker

Customer
I think I may have asked about something similar previously but this is what the footer looks like at a lowish res

Screen Shot 2013-08-10 at 16.27.55.png


Is there any way to make it at least central rather than right aligned?
 

RobParker

Customer
Not quite the same. If I make the browser wider then it flows nicely into one row.

It's just at this medium res where it doesn't work great.
 

RobParker

Customer
My site:

Screen Shot 2013-08-10 at 22.05.15.png


The demo:

Screen Shot 2013-08-10 at 22.05.24.png


Looks good to me :)

My only comment would be that when it gets to a certain width, all the sidebar blocks go full width but the footer doesn't. Not sure if you'd want it to or not...?

Screen Shot 2013-08-10 at 22.06.31.png
 

RobParker

Customer
Also not sure if this is possible but it'd look nicer if the copyright/social stuff could right align here alongside the logo?

Screen Shot 2013-08-10 at 22.09.15.png
 

Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
Demo has been updated
  • Logo is now centered at max responsive width (800px)
  • Changed some CSS for footerlist
As for the blocks expanding like the sidebar blocks, I think its more work than what it is worth. I played with it for a while but things I did just kept breaking the layout. Viewing the footer on my iPad 2 and iPhone 5 looks very good now.
 

Ji2myTran

Customer
@Steve : I don't want to update to the newest version. Could you help to post the CSS code here to fix the "Expand Footer" in Responsive version will be in the middle as above demo? When i expand the footer, the remain menu is display in the right site as this image:



Thanks!
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
@Ji2myTran any reason you don't want to update to the latest version by chance? If I'm not mistaken for these fixes you should just need to update XenBase.
 

Ji2myTran

Customer
@Russ : As i made some changes for the style so i'm afraid that it will break some contents in custom CSS when i update the style.

Appreciate if you can provide the codes, thanks!
 

Ji2myTran

Customer
Hi Russ, could u help on this? If it is required to change a lot of thing in the style so it is okay, i will keep the current style version. But if it is just edit the CSS templates, kindly assist as well.

Thanks!
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
I'll get you the code tomorrow, but one thing I'd recommend is downloading the new version, installing as a completely brand new style. Then create a child style of Core calling it yours, and do your changes there.

This way future updates you can easily benefit from quick updates.
 

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