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@rocketfoot
From what I saw, a quick and dirty fix would be adding a simple CSS overflow property scroll to the element class. The text would then go outside
the page with no return.
A better fix, is to make a parent div having a shared background black& grey as in design so both div grow together in height. and site content will start lower and would not be hidden under, preventing interaction.
or the most simple, is to add some basic javascript function triggered by document.onload and window.onresize event to change css className of the element when reaching a width < 1024px to use a CSS class with dropdown props instead.

[ I am looking into some fully responsive themes but there aren't too many for MyBB ]
You said you were diving in CSS coding... The site runs pretty ok on all platform on the exception of that div.
So on my part, no need to stress/rush yourself. We're all happy with it as is, except that annoying thingy.
I'm sure in time you'll come up with own brewed responsive version!

@Henry Ford
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Just curious, how come? You live in a very remote location, mountains?

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(12-10-2017, 04:11 PM)Fabrice Wrote: @rocketfoot
From what I saw, a quick and dirty fix would be adding a simple CSS overflow property scroll to the element class. The text would then go outside
the page with no return.
A better fix, is to make a parent div having a shared background black& grey as in design so both div grow together in height. and site content will start lower and would not be hidden under, preventing interaction.
or the most simple, is to add some basic javascript function triggered by document.onload  and window.onresize event to change css className of the element when reaching a width < 1024px to use a CSS class with dropdown props instead.

[ I am looking into some fully responsive themes but there aren't too many for MyBB ]
You said you were diving in CSS coding... The site runs pretty ok on all platform on the exception of that div.
So on my part, no need to stress/rush yourself. We're all happy with it as is, except that annoying thingy.
I'm sure in time you'll come up with own brewed responsive version!

@Henry Ford
[I have internet access of 2 kbps]
Just curious, how come? You live in a very remote location, mountains?

Sounds like you are pretty good at this stuff...if I PM you a copy of the header template, do you have time to look at it?  Maybe you can fix the issue quicker than I can...I am not much of a coder, I just know enough to be dangerous, LOL!

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#23
I'm fully booked for the weeks to come but Mustangs matters are human rights to me, so sure, PM at will Wink

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#24
Ok guys...I was working with Fabrice to get a more responsive menu but the forum software just isn't playing along!  Instead, I reworked the menu by condensing a couple of the links into the existing dropdowns!  It now looks a little cleaner and it also shouldn't overlap the links on smaller screens (or at least not as bad as it was!)

Special thanks to Fabrice for offering his time and knowledge!!   thumb  

PS...I am also working on an alternative theme that will be fully responsive for mobile devices!!  Stay tuned for that!   whistling

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#25
Cool!

Thanks to both of you for the extra effort.
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