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  Public Ticket #1014860
adjust font size for mobile devices
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  •  2
    George Karas started the conversation

    The text I'm using along with the slides it looks very small on mobile devices.

    Please advice.

    Thank you in advance

    George

  •  139
    Igor replied

    Hi,

    you need to use media queries to create different text sizes based on the device screen size

    Regards,
    Igor

  • arturo silva replied

    Hi Igor,

    you extension is great but it it lack of this feature..." text size is to small devices (phones)"  

    Can you please make an example of the code and in where you have to add the media queries on your component.. and what kind of code  so you can help lots users that having the same issue.


    Igor a simple example will be great as at the moment you respond in the forum is no enough to help.

    Thanks 

  •  139
    Igor replied

    Hi,

    I honestly can't provide a kind of support here where I will teach you how to use media queries and CSS. Please hire some HTML and CSS professional to help you to achieve what you are trying to have if you don't know CSS enough to do it on your own

    Regards,
    Igor

  • arturo silva replied

    With all due respect Igor ... The extension is great!! but is describe to be fully supported in smart devices... well it happens to have some small bug with text in smaller devices.   

    I was just pointing out an issue in your extension and You are asking me to hire HTML and CSS professional  to help me achieve what you are trying to have....?   :)

    You know exactly that is bug /and a setting that the extension needs.

    oh well i just trying to make your extension better and maybe help for a good answer to this bug in your forum

    Have a good day!

  •  139
    Igor replied

    Hi,

    I am sorry but this is not a bug. When you define an element on the slider you will also define a HTML and CSS structure for that element. It is your responsibility to create your CSS in a way to work on a specific screen size using media queries. There is no bullet proof solution and you have to add media queries and style definitions according to your own situation and preferences

    Regards,
    Igor