User Experience on mobile version

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  • #81714

    Hello again, I’ve gotten feedback that users aren’t aware they are supposed to click on the photos to read the entries on the mobile site :( A few questions aimed at resolving this problem:

    –how would I add a second text block to the description under the main title? (so that I can add a short line “click photos to read posts”, etc)

    –can I change the magnifying glass icon that appears upon rollover (or tapping on mobile) to something custom? (For example, that same circle, that says “READ MORE” instead of the magnifying glass icon)

    –any way to make the rollover color and text appear on the mobile version when a user scrolls past?

    (If you would prefer, I can split these into three separate posts)

    thank you!

    The blog I need help with is sevenmilesblog.com.

    #81856

    yuriyportnykh
    Theme Author

    Hi.

    –how would I add a second text block to the description under the main title? (so that I can add a short line “click photos to read posts”, etc)

    You can try using the following code:

    #logo-area:after {
    	content: 'click photos to read posts';
    }

    –can I change the magnifying glass icon that appears upon rollover (or tapping on mobile) to something custom? (For example, that same circle, that says “READ MORE” instead of the magnifying glass icon)

    Try adding this:

    .entry-image .readmore {
    	width: 100px;
    	height: 100px;
    }
    
    .image-info .icon-search {
    	top: 20px !important;
    	opacity: 1 !important;
    }
    
    .icon-search:before {
    	content: "Read more";
    }

    –any way to make the rollover color and text appear on the mobile version when a user scrolls past?

    I’m afraid it’s not possible.

    #81863

    Hello, thank you, the codes for the the first two items worked perfectly and were what I needed to accomplish my goal. Feedback from users is that they understand to click photos on the mobile site now!

    It would be super great if the third item was an option for mobile—or some other sort of indicator that would let the mobile user know that the images are actually posts meant for clicking (i’d love to get rid of the instruction line of text I added). Wish-list item!

    Thank you, as always, for your super quick replies!!! Enormously appreciated!!

    #81870

    yuriyportnykh
    Theme Author

    Thanks for suggestion. Please, let us know if you need help in the future.

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