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Changing button alignment to center on mobile?

I have used the following code and added it to Additional CSS under theme customization:

@media only screen and (max-width: 768px) { .iphonebutton {     text-align: center !important;     padding: 0px !important;     margin: 0px !important;     display: block !important; } } 

It is not changing the alignment for mobile to center. Not sure what I am doing wrong.

problem disabling plugin only for mobile

I am trying to enable a plugin only for mobile and I have consulted this thread: Deactivate plugins only for mobile devices

I have made some changes to the last function as I want to enable only for mobile, while the thread suggest how to disable to mobile.

I don’t know how specify the plugin that I want to specify, so I include 2 files. This is in a folder in my wp-content/ plugins/name-of-plugin, where there are an index.php file and a name-of-plugin.php file.

This is my code, saved in a my-code.php file, places on mu-plugins of wordpress. Unfrotunately, it doesn’t work. Any help how to fix this?

 <?php  /**  * Plugin Name: My mobile enabler  */  function my_non_mobile_plugins() {   return array(      // i am not sure how specifiy the plugin I want to disable. I have added these two lines      '/name-of-folder-plugin/plugin-name.php',     '/name-of-folder-plugin/index.php'   ); }  function my_is_mobile() {    $  is_mobile = false;   if ( strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Mobile') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Android') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Silk/') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Kindle') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'BlackBerry') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Opera Mini') !== false     || strpos($  _SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Opera Mobi') !== false   ) {     $  is_mobile = true;   }   return $  is_mobile; }   add_filter( 'option_active_plugins', 'my_disable_plugins_for_mobiles' );  function my_disable_plugins_for_mobiles( $  plugins ) {    if ( ! my_is_mobile() ) {   $  not_allowed = my_non_mobile_plugins(); // get non allowed plugins    return array_values( array_diff( $  plugins, $  not_allowed ) );        }  return $  plugins; // for mobile device do nothing  } 

My woolentor custom page does not load on mobile

I have just successfully created my custom shop page using woolentor, and it loads perfectly on desktop. However, when I try to visit the same custom shop url on mobile device it redirects to homepage, and that’s all I get. This concerns me a lot since most users surf the internet on mobile device. Any help with this will be highly appreciated. Thank you, Michael

How to stop iFrame form from reloading on mobile?

I am loading a form via an iFrame. On a desktop it works and submits correctly. However on a mobile device once the user’s keyboard pops up then the iFrame refreshes, clearing the form and the keyboard disappears again. This makes it impossible to enter details into the form. Is there a way to stop WordPress from refreshing an iFrame? It is the first form on the main page and needs to be able to work correctly on mobile.

Can Thorn Whip fulfill the requirement for mobile?

As stated in the description for Thorn Whip, the caster makes a “melee spell attack” against the target.

You create a long, vine-like whip covered in thorns that lashes out at your command toward a creature in range. Make a melee spell attack against the target. (PHB, pg 282)

Given that the Mobile Feat only requires a melee attack to be made to avoid provoking attacks of opportunity, without specifying the type of melee, would that cantrip fulfill the trigger for mobile?

When you make a melee attack against a creature, you don’t provoke opportunity attacks from that creature for the rest of the turn, whether you hit or not. (PHB, pg 168)

Short version: Is a spell melee attack capable of being treated as a plain melee attack?

Mobile Friendly Website

Hi, I’m looking for some who can make me a 5 or 6 page mobile friendly website. I want it structured somewhat like my existing website but mobile friendly. Please let me know if you can help and what you would charge along with turnaround time. The web address is below. I look forward to hearing back from you.

Can’t scroll website over product image on mobile version

I was testing my site on my mobile phone and I noticed I can’t scroll when passing over a product image on the product description page.

Here’s the same issue on this example: Try and scroll over the featured shoe image on mobile version.

Desktop version has a zoom hover effect and I think there’s a script of it making conflict on mobile because I tried clearing the html classes and attributes of related tags on the inspector but nothing changed. I also deleted the class="zoomContainer" element that’s the zoom viewport but still.

Looking for some snippet to deactivate this, even in desktop version also if it’s necessary, or whatever other solution around the corner.