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Everything posted by zaymund

  1. Yes.. example .video_slider .content h3 { color: #FD6102; font-family: Arial; font-size: 28px; font-weight: normal; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; }
  2. You need to see whether you have a family agencyr of font format Eot ... this format to work non-standard fonts in IE
  3. See what version you have here themes\default\mobile\css\jquery.mobile-1.1.1.min.css
  4. you have not switched and does not work at all? or not correctly looking mobile theme?
  5. Now you have a mobile theme is 1.5.3 from 1.5.2 .. if so, use the theme that lies at 1.5.3 ? themes/default/mobile
  6. Replace your template mobile themes on the one that is in 1.5.3
  7. no not bad .. if you know you can css styles by do it yourself
  8. 1.4 - 1.5 is a big difference so the version is higher than 1.5 is not suitable for the 1.4
  9. PrestaShop mobile Tamplate 1.4 does not support Version 1.5, the only PrestaShop v1.4.0.0 - v1.4.9.0
  10. Ready mobile theme for prestashop 1.5 can be met while the demo http://belvg.com/rainbow/
  11. this module is unfortunately still only a part of this theme, it will be released separately in the next month .. after installing the theme, you can disable responsive theme and select your template. The module will work just as if strutkture your template does not change .. on all questions can write to me
  12. this is responsive default theme the module through which you can manage columns.. http://floomby.ru/s1/ffMY3/full/
  13. It might help in the theme itself is a module Advanced column manager to control the columns .. http://module-presta.com/responsive-default-theme.html
  14. I'm not quite sure where you can see this mobile version? It is in 1.5.2
  15. @media only screen and (min-width: 700px) { #post_list ul li .detail_left { float: left; width: 70%; } } @media only screen and (min-width: 320px) { #post_list ul li .detail_left { float: left; width: 50%; [spam-filter]
  16. Find the folder with the module blog css file and specify the width #post_list ul li .detail_left { float: left; width: 590px; }
  17. this version is not stable .. Upgrade to 1.5.2
  18. i guess that you will go to Backend->Preferences->Images->Check : all images name must contain the "_default" postfix. If all name of images has postfix make sure that product.tpl contain "large_default"
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