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mobile and desktop mode settings change

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have noticed that a lot of the supposed responsiveness of templates does not work well, or is only applied to a few things rather than the entirety of the settings.

for instance, while in desktop mode, i would like my featurebox image to be left, title & body right. easypeasy. however, if id like to make title first and image after then body on mobile, this will trump my desktop settings. this is very aggravating. and yes i can add the media queries to fix it myself, but that kinda defeats the purpose of purchasing your addon, does it not?

perhaps ive missed something, but ive noticed this on several different templates.

3 Answers


More than a month ago #Permalink
There are a few ways to do that, but it depends how you have set the page layout up.

Occasionally I set two images - one for mobile, the other for desktop/tablet - then set the relevant add-on settings for each - or the same for different add-ons as needed.

Other ways too.

Joshua Sox

More than a month ago #Permalink
So hide desktop feature in mobile, create mobile feature?

Please list the other ways. If they are in spb. I know how to do it with html css.


More than a month ago #Permalink
Yeah, set one to display on mobile only, the other to display on tablet/desktop only :)

Other ways depend on how you have your rows set up to create the layout, as you can set the mobile/desktop display order of columns so that can work too in certain situations.

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