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Jeffrey Lee commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

I was finally able to deploy the site. Here's the link: http://test.limspec.com

Jeffrey Lee commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

Looking at the docs page, when the menu switches into small, it goes to a side menu. Is that the only way for this to work? I didn't want to write two sections of duplicate code to create the menu.

Jeffrey Lee commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

Okay. The sys admins running my server have killed off ssh, so I can't deploy the code quite yet. As soon as I can, I'll post the link so you can see it running. I'll try to post the appropriate code tonight. Sorry for the delay.

Jeffrey Lee commented on Mark H.'s post over 5 years

One thing I discovered is since the top-bar is javascript intensive follow the example religiously. This will ensure that the things appear the way they should. I suspect the javascript is looking for specific classes and adjusting/coloring them as appropriate. When the classes aren't there, it doesn't complete the task.

I wish I could be of a bit more help. I had actually run into this problem (along with a few others, like the menu not looking correct on smaller devices) that was corrected by just doing everything in the example with regard to DOM elements and classes.

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You commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

I was finally able to deploy the site. Here's the link: http://test.limspec.com

You commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

Looking at the docs page, when the menu switches into small, it goes to a side menu. Is that the only way for this to work? I didn't want to write two sections of duplicate code to create the menu.

You commented on Jeffrey Lee's post over 5 years

Okay. The sys admins running my server have killed off ssh, so I can't deploy the code quite yet. As soon as I can, I'll post the link so you can see it running. I'll try to post the appropriate code tonight. Sorry for the delay.

You commented on Mark H.'s post over 5 years

One thing I discovered is since the top-bar is javascript intensive follow the example religiously. This will ensure that the things appear the way they should. I suspect the javascript is looking for specific classes and adjusting/coloring them as appropriate. When the classes aren't there, it doesn't complete the task.

I wish I could be of a bit more help. I had actually run into this problem (along with a few others, like the menu not looking correct on smaller devices) that was corrected by just doing everything in the example with regard to DOM elements and classes.

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