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I had an issue with the ipad homepage widgets not hovering properly. Victor suggested this:
"@media only screen and (max-width: 1023px) and add .agency-pro-home .content .widget_text" Which I did. and it worked.
Now the site is broken again on the ipad.
I was using genesis extender to make front end modifications. Since the site looks like what I want I took the time to transfer all the stuff I changed with extender to the agency pro css file. one bit at a time so that I would not repeat things or mess up other things. Then I deactivated extender hoping this would solve the problem.
Nope still not hovering on ipad. I checked the site with the mobile responsive testing site, it works there but it does not work on my ipad or my kid's ipad.
Can someone please help me figure this out.
This is the last thing I need to call this site done (except for content additions of course).
Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.
Bumping this up as I really need to resolve this issue.
Love the photography!
Don't worry about hover states on a mobile device.
They don't exist, and it's too bad we're all so addicted to them on the desktop.
People can kind of do a single-tap/double-tap thing on an iPad that has defined hover states, but I wouldn't count on that for anything. Android devices don't even do that.
Earlier today I was looking through some CSS in an old mobile-first framework and found some rules for touch events that I'd never noticed before, but they looked to be webkit-only, and they're three years old. In Genesis years, that's like taking advice from one of those old Japanese soldiers they used to find in the jungle in the 60s and 70s, who didn't know WWII was over.
But if you want to Google, the terms I'd use are mobile touch CSS.
Sharing the good news about the wonders of modern CSS and the split-step. Either one should get you moving fast. 😀
Mary thank you so much for putting my mind at ease about this. That puts this issue to bed. Thanks.
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