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  • AaronNGray
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    @aaronngray

    I have had to remove the ‘responsive.css’ functionality as I am not worried about supporting Apple iPad and iPhone’s.
    I put the following in the Child Theme’s ‘functions.php’ :-

    `
    function bp_head_action() {
    remove_theme_support( ‘bp-default-responsive’ );
    }
    add_action( ‘bp_head’, ‘bp_head_action’);
    `

    If there is a better solution that does not cause weird behaviour on old laptops XP which a lot of the clients I have use I would like to know. Otherwise I may code in a user option at somepoint maybe.

    Thanks,

    Aaron


    AaronNGray
    Member

    @aaronngray

    Cheers I will experiment :)


    AaronNGray
    Member

    @aaronngray

    Ah great, sorry how do I deal with this in the child theme’s style.css ?

    Aaron

    Na, I need to know how to be able to create new .php files to be executed both on the (child) theme’s root and under “topics”/”sub diretories”.

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