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  • Hi,

    I built this website for a client using Animare theme:

    http://clinicawiesbauer.com.br

    The problem is the menu does not appear on mobile version. In the beginning of the development, It did appear.

    Could you help me understanding the problem?

    Thanks…

    Hi,

    there is a javascript error in your custom javascript code. If you remove the script in WP Admin -> Appearance -> Theme Options -> General -> Extra Javascript Content then it’s working…

    Hi,

    The problem is I placed that JS code to show a Facebook module at websites home.

    Can I do something else to remover the mobile menu without take the FB module off?

    Thanks…

    Yes, I know, but the Div tag in your code is not javascript code, that’s why it’s not working.

    You can try this: replace the first line with this code:

    jQuery('body').append('<div id="fb-root"></div>');

    I think this could work…

    Hi,

    It didn’t work.

    Another tip?

    Thanks…

    Oh, sorry, after another view on your website I found another problem with the javascript code. Can you remove also the < script ... > and < / script > tag in the code, then it should work.

    Hi,

    Thank you again. It worked.

    Can I place an additional question here or I have to make another post?

    Its simple:

    Now, banners on home sliders has links only in “Read more” text. Can we put the link in the entire banner?

    I mean, all the banner be clickable?

    Thanks…

    Hm, without changing serveral lines of code in the PHP files it’s not possible.

    Maybe this is a solution for you, please go to WordPress admin -> Appearance -> Theme Options -> General -> Extra CSS Content and add this css code:

    .cycle_element a {
    	position: absolute;
    	top: 0;
    	width: 100%;
    	height: 100%;
    	left: 10%;
    	text-indent: -9999px;
    }

    This will add the link to the complete inner field of the description, it’s not perfect but maybe you can use it

    Perfect

    Thanks

    You’re welcome!

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