v1.9.1/HTML/rs-6.html, the revo-slider is supposed to be fullscreen, but the slider top-border is up behind the header#topNav, and the bottom-border is down outside the screen, CAN YOU Provide a FIX?
On the bottom of rs-6.html file you can find the revolution slider script.
Change these two lines
fullScreenOffsetContainer: "#topNav, #topHead",
If you don't use #topHead, just remove it from fullScreenOffsetContainer.
The magnifying glass for the search shows fine on desktop sizes (i.e. above 990px). However, it disappears on tablet/mobile menus. The line is still there (below 'Portfolio' on your live demo) and the input field does appear when the line is clicked on, but the viewer has no indication that it's there - and the drop-down menu is too short so crops the input field.
Can you please advise how I can fix this. Thanks!
I have recently purchased this template, and am really impressed with its versatility and documentation. I am having an issue though with parallax. I find that it works in ie, but not in FF and Chrome. To see this you can view any of the pages with parallax, for example...
http://theme.stepofweb.com/Atropos/v1.9.1/HTML/rs-24.html (revolution slider's parallax is working across browsers, but the row at the base of the page is not)
Is there a suggested fix to make it work in FF and Chrome?
Great theme, but I'm finding a major issue with the mega menu drop-downs. If the user selects the same menu item as currently displayed, the drop-down does not close. No big deal on desktops, but this is causing a major issue on my site for mobile devices as I have multiple menus with different GET parameters and/or anchors pointing to different tabs of the same page.
Is there a fix for this please?
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||atropos, blog, bootstrap 3, business, corporate, css3, html5, multipurpose, portfolio, responsive|
|Released:||4 years ago|
|Updated:||12 months ago|
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