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I have a site here: http://verilan.right-brain.net/ This is my first responsive site ever. My question is, even though I have max-width:100% on my images, when the theme gets pushed down to 740px in width, the images resize and get bigger than they were when they were in tablet mode and end up overwhelming the text when viewed on a phone. How can I solve this or am I just approaching this wrongly?
Thanks for any input,
I think the answer is negative, but just wanted to ask whether if the primary region will expand if I hide all the regions in a zone except the primary region? Or does that feature work only for "truly" empty spaces?
I've been getting back into Omega because it seems like a fitting tool for small business sites and am going through lacing together contexts and deltas.
I find myself going back and forth between naming them after zones, sometimes after the page I'm making it for, all sorts of ways. I'm wondering if anyone has honed a good system for naming their deltas and contexts.
In my day job I'm using Zen so I lean a lot more on contexts. This is my little context system:Read more
I am using the html5 starter theme but I don't understand why the doc type isn't actually the HTML5 doctype.
If I go though and find the file for the header in the Alpha folder, can I change the doctype with out breaking the alpha and omega layers of this theme? It just doesn't make sense to me to use the HTML5 theme when the doctype isn't even recognizing that you are using HTML5.
I'm trying to incorporate jquery columnizer into Omega 3.1 but I'm getting nowhere fast.
I've been following some comments at http://genox.ch/drupal-7-jquerycolumnizer-07-18-12 where the author has been most helpful, but I'm not sure how this implimentation should be done for Omega.
I have an omega sub-theme that I have three side by side regions in the 24 column branding-zone as follows: header-first 5 columns, branding 14 columns, header-second 5 columns. The two header regions contain responsive images that re-size at the default omega media query breakpoints.
What I want to do is have the "h1 .sitename" text to re-size at the breakpoints to maintain the spacing. The default behavior as the grid narrows is to wrap the text. This creates extra space under the two header regions on each side.
I really love Omega - thanks to the folks that created this great basetheme!
I'm working on my first Omega subtheme and I've integrated the color-module. It works great but unfortunately the module adds a HUGE block "Color scheme" at the bottom of the Omega layout configuration page.
It would be much better if the color-module gets an own vertical-tab. Does anyone here know a way to achieve that? I've spent hours to
realise it on my own but without success.
Thanks for any help!
Recently, I added Addthis Vertical Floating Bar which has all the social networking Buttons. I'm Using Omega theme. Its working well in all the devices which has some big Screens such as 19 inches or more. But, if my website is browsed in a device which has screen size less than or equal to 17 inches, the Vertical tool bar is colliding with the content inside the website. Can somebody help how to keep the toolbar away from the content while the screen size is reduced or the screens with smaller sizes???
I'm doing an Omega theme. On the front page, I'd like to have a image in the 'branding' zone that bleeds to the browsers edge on both sides. Within the 960 grid system I can only get the image to go to the edge of the grid, which leaves a significant blank space on each side of the image.
Zone wrappers bleed to the edge. How do I get an image to do the same?
I have a my website running with omega theme with default settings. Now, i would like to increase the margin spacing in the left and right side as in this drupal groups website. I tried to configure it by giving 1 column prefix and 1 column suffix, it worked but it doesn't change the overall margin. How can i do this?? Do i need to configure in css or i can do it with Appearance settings in Dashboard?? Please give me any solutions??
I am having a hard time getting a video gallery to work in omega. I would like to use the views masonry module or something similar. I setup a content type for videos and set up a view, but only get a single column. I have the youtube media module in use for this. On top of that the preview images are not responsive either.
any help would be awesome.
I have created my site with the excellent Omega, and now wondered how I would go about adding fields to the Theme UI in order to add colors which would then be used in my global.css?
currently my colors are 'hard-coded' into global.css in the normal css fashion.
I could then offer the theme to anyone then for free - but not sure if this is allowed?
I just wondered if there is a link anywhere which would point me in the right direction.
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