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one27mediahouse

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  1. Bumping this here and on other forum! There seems to be no clear answer on forcing desktop menu on mobile.
  2. I see that on http://www.restaurantayla.com/ you managed to get it accomplished! How did you do this? I've been trying to figure this out for so long, but all of the answers are only for the reversed effect. I too am looking to force a desktop navigation bar on mobile, not the other way around.
  3. Hi, all! I'm at my wits end trying to figure out why one section of my website breaks words, while the rest does not. It's only on my blog page that I'm having the issue. I'm using Brine and I've entered the following css into my main css thread: .fancyborder { border:4px solid #FFFFFF; padding: 10px; } p, h1, h2, h3 { -webkit-hyphens:manual !important; -moz-hyphens:manual !important; -ms-hyphens:manual !important; hyphens:manual !important; } #collection-5cfb3a28e542360001af09e6 { header { display: none !important; } } This works for everything else on my website, so why not this single page? It's an index page that will serve as a blog page There is currently no code injected on the page itself, but I've tried implementing several different methods i.e. "hyphen", "word-break", "word-wrap", "overflow-wrap", and "white-space" to no avail. I'm REALLY struggling here and have spent 12 hours now on the problem. Thank you all so much in advance!!
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