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How to create responsive content

Responsive theme work by re-organizing your content to display in mobile. The layout of your site will look different than the desktop version since the view port size is dramatically smaller. This tutorial show you how column works in responsive mode, so you can create the layout you want when the site is viewed in  Full Article…


How to turn on Responsive Theme?

To activate your responsive theme, you must first deactivate Weebly’s Mobile theme option. Please note the responsive theme IS NOT ACTIVATED in preview. You MUST publish the site to see the responsive setting activated


Hide & Seek slide background repeating

1) Click into “design” and into “edit html/css” 2) Click into “main_style.css” to open the css page 3) Here locate this code:   .singlepage-scroller .slide { background-attachment: fixed; width: 100%; min-height: 200px; position: relative; }   4) Add the highlighted code below   .singlepage-scroller .slide { background-attachment: fixed; width: 100%; min-height: 200px; position: relative; }  Full Article…


Textbox background not showing up in IE

The background we use for the text box is a color code. What you can try is to replace it with an image. Sometime IE can have issue rendering transparent color code. You can give this a try. You will need to create the transparent image files yourself. Click open the main_style.css and look for  Full Article…


How to link to different section in Single Page Themes (Hide & Seek – Scrollboard)

Scrollboard and Hide & Seek have two versions. The new responsive version and the old non-responsive version. Depending on the version you are using, linking to different section of the page have different anchor tags. RESPONSIVE VERSION With single page themes like Scrollboard and Hide & Seek, each section have a marker #section1 and #1  Full Article…