Hi, is it possible to make the styling the same on mobile as it is on desktop with css? I’ve had some users tell me that the mobile search bar is not ideal and that they prefer the desktop one. Thank you!
You can do this with CSS, but note that the desktop version has a wider width, so unfortunately, you won’t be able to do it 100% on the mobile version as on the desktop.
Okay thank you, I will try to figure out how to implement some css changes.
On a separate note, I’m using the ExpertHive theme and want to remove the “member since” text on both desktop and mobile. I have used the css code from GitHub, but it seems to only hide this element in mobile, not desktop. Could you please let me know how to hide the element on desktop as well?
Thank you for your help.
If you mean this code Hide the vendor registration date #hivepress #vendors · GitHub, then it hides on the mobile and desktop versions if you don’t add Using media queries - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN
Hi! I have added this code to my additional css sheet, but it only disappears on mobile, but not desktop. Maybe I have some other code that is conflicting with it? I’m not sure.
Please try refreshing cache (e.g. if there’s a caching plugin), maybe the desktop CSS styles are cached separately?
Okay I will try this, thank you
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