23 – Make Your Website Mobile Friendly on Tesseract in WordPress – 2016

23 – Make Your Website Mobile Friendly on Tesseract in WordPress – 2016

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Make your Tesseract website mobile friendly with beaver builder. It is not only responsive but now super responsive.

Visit http://www.tyler.com for the course.

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10 Comments

  1. Edriss Alexis

    on April 15, 2018 at 10:05 pm -

    Hi Tyler. @ 3:12, how does that blue screen appear? My version of page builder is slightly different.
  2. seifeddine mufti

    on April 15, 2018 at 10:36 pm -

    Hi Tyler, thank you so much for your tutorial, please could you show me how to always keep my menu always showing on mobile version?
  3. Cuisine Nepal

    on April 15, 2018 at 11:26 pm -

    Hi tyler, which page builder have you used to change mobile layout? I have site origin page builder and i don't have those options that you had showed in video. Thanks in advance.
  4. JAYL

    on April 16, 2018 at 12:04 am -

    Hi Tyler
    Whatever I do to configure my mobile menu (ie; Customize Header Options – Mobile Menu) it doesn’t show on a mobile or when I press preview theme in WP Touch. It just shows the generic navy colour with the menu items a faint grey. Even though the configuration preview shows on the customize header options).
    I’m going out of my mind trying to find a solution. Have tried installing and uninstalling WP touch. Just don’t know why I can’t configure the mobile menu.
    Going out of my mind. I’ve spent soooo long on this.
    If you can help I’d be eternally grateful as it’s an important charity site I’m building.
    Many Thanks
  5. Brasseraj

    on April 16, 2018 at 12:14 am -

    Hello, can I put other menu on the mobile version? It displays only general menu, can I cnange it?
  6. Gabrielle Muir

    on April 16, 2018 at 12:31 am -

    Hi there, I have just completed my website using your video. Thank so much. Its looking pretty awesome. The only problem is that the menu widget isn't visible on the portrait view on my cell phone. It comes back again when viewing on landscape.Any ideas? Thanks again.
  7. Gyorgy Uszik

    on April 16, 2018 at 12:52 am -

    Hi Tyler,thank you very much for your great videos!
    Is it possible to hide submenus on mobile version,because with them it is way to long and looks messy.Thanks
  8. Indrasish Banerjee

    on April 16, 2018 at 1:08 am -

    Tyler I'm designing a blog for myself. So I was wondering what happens to the article or post pages? Will the article page use the default tessarct theme or will it use the design I built through beaver?
  9. AAmadeusz

    on April 16, 2018 at 1:52 am -

    Super helpful video. I was about to 'drop out' of the tutorial cause the website looked terrible on mobile. Good to have good looking website on any device now :)
  10. Guillermo Sautou

    on April 16, 2018 at 2:25 am -

    Hi Tyler, nice tutorial as always. Although I have a question. You're using the page builder all along in order to be mobile "super friendly" but what about if we want to make a blog post mobile super friendly? There i don't have the page builder button. Is there another way to do it? Thanks a lot.

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