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Aeduuin

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  1. I would also be happy to remove/hide the sections which comprise the banner on the mobile version. If anybody has any tips on how to do that without affecting the desktop site I'd be really grateful!
  2. Site URL: https://www.questiongamification.com Hi all, I've been updating my custom banner slideshow and for some reason the images won't resize for the mobile version of my site. Same thing goes for the buttons on the banners, I wish I could resize them to become smaller for mobile. Is there someone who could help me out? I'd appreciate it immensely! - Laurens
  3. @creedonOh no! That's a shame. Took me a while to get that working... I'll take a look but if you have any tips on how I could go about this, that'd be great. Thanks for your help! Much appreciated! Edit: I figured it out! Thanks again!
  4. @creedonYour code seems to do the trick wonderfully! However, the newly added button is pushed of screen rather than the original being pushed to the left. Would you happen to know how this might be helped? Link to website: www.questiongamification.com
  5. Site URL: https://www.questiongamification.com I've been looking into some custom CSS to display both my logo and the site title in the site header. I got it to work on desktop using this code, but because it does not have enough space on the mobile header it ends up pushing my drop-down menu (two little bars) off screen. Could anyone help me figure out how to achieve the same thing without screwing up my site's mobile version? CSS-snippet used: .header-title-logo a:after { content: "Gamification of Education"; display: inline-block; font-size: 20px; font-family: Poppins; color: black; text-align: center; vertical-align:middle; font-weight:900; padding-left: 555px; } .header-title-logo img { vertical-align: middle; } See pictures below for what I would like in desktop and mobile if possible (picture included from desktop as that works fine). The other pictures are of the mobile header and the way the text interferes with it.
  6. Site URL: https://www.questiongamification.com I've been looking into some custom CSS to display both my logo and the site title in the site header. I got it to work on desktop using this code, but because it does not have enough space on the mobile header it ends up pushing my header categories off screen. Could anyone help me figure out how to achieve the same thing without screwing up my site's mobile version? .header-title-logo a:after { content: "Gamification of Education"; display: inline-block; font-size: 20px; font-family: Poppins; color: black; text-align: center; vertical-align:middle; font-weight:900; padding-left: 555px; } .header-title-logo img { vertical-align: middle; } See pictures below for what I want in desktop and mobile if possible (included from desktop as that works fine). The other pictures are of the mobile header and the way the text interferes with it.
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