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  1. Masao
    March 30, 2016 @ 9:40 am

    Most of these scripts and tools are native to Linux, and since Macs are a fork of Linux, they tend to translate better. Windows doesn’t have the best console/command line tool, and a lot of developers prefer command line as it gives better control.

    Having your sites work on all platforms is a nice feature, but sometimes impractical to implement if very few people visit on mobile. I’m on my phone now, but I have trouble accessing your blog menu. It won’t trigger and i can’t navigate it.


    • Adrianne
      March 30, 2016 @ 9:38 pm

      Hi Masao, thanks for visiting.

      I’m viewing the site right now (on my phone, Android) and the “hamburger menu” is right at the bottom of the Search field at the top and it works. When you scroll down, the hamburger moves at the top right corner. There’s also the same menu at the footer as well that’s in plain text. I’ve been trying to fix a widget issue that I have for the blog entries belonging to the tutorials section, so there shouldn’t be any widgets on the sidebar of any page or post. Other than that, there shouldn’t be any other menus aside from the main one (both at the top and at the bottom). That’s why I like having two main menus on my sites, because issues like that can happen.

      I do know what you mean regarding the console/command line tools though. I use a console emulator called CMDer instead of using the native command line/power shells on Windows. I’m not quite “new” to the console/command line, since I learned a bit of it when PCs used to be run using the DOS command line back in the ’90s, but in a way, I’m “new” to the command line now as there are some changes/new additions to them. One of the things why sometimes proprietary software sucks. I guess it’s business/marketing reasons.

      I know that it’s far fetched to call out for “cross platform” sites, but it’s one of my goals on future projects. I’m not an expert on these (well not yet anyway), but I’m learning slowly.


      • Masao
        March 31, 2016 @ 12:06 am

        The menu works on your blog index, but not on individual post pages. The menu is not selectable, and does not shift on scroll.


        • Adrianne
          March 31, 2016 @ 3:04 am

          Wow, that is weird. I checked it on both my phone and Kindle. I’m about to sleep so I’ll see if I can fix it tomorrow when I get home. Thanks for pointing it out!


        • Adrianne
          March 31, 2016 @ 8:07 pm

          OK, I was able to fix it. Since this is a child theme based on a parent theme, I disabled the framework caching feature. Should work on your phone now. I tested the single post menus using both my phone and Kindle. Let me know if it’s still not working for you. 🙂


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