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Posted by IMSTeam at Oct 26, 2016, 3:22:34 AM
Mini Calendar Not Responsive
Using the Mini Cal, but it's not responsive. Any suggestions? Please help. Thanks! Link below

http://www.imsteam.net/IMSTeamMembers/mainbeta.asp

Posted by support at Oct 26, 2016, 2:07:00 PM
Re: Mini Calendar Not Responsive
The mini cal is a bit tricky b/c it integrates directly into your page (it can't for example, use an iframe b/c overlays the pop-up event balloons onto your site)

I notice your page loads all its JavaScript at the bottom. While this is great practice, it is clobbering some of the localendar JS that is loaded earlier.

I think if you move this 1 line to the <head> section of your page, the mini cal will work correctly:

<script src="IMSPageAssets/js/jquery.min.js"></script>

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Posted by IMSTeam at Nov 2, 2016, 3:45:33 PM
Re: Mini Calendar Not Responsive
That worked!

Now I have one other issue. Somewhere in the css for the calendar, it created a margin at the top of my webpage.

How do I fix that?

Thanks,

John

Posted by support at Nov 4, 2016, 6:37:59 PM
Re: Mini Calendar Not Responsive
Have you made adjustments already to correct the margin? I just visited your site and I don't see any extra spacing at the top of your page.
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Posted by IMSTeam at Feb 1, 2017, 2:56:37 AM
Re: Mini Calendar Not Responsive
Hello! Just following up on this. I still have a small margin at the top of the page. How can this be fixed? Thanks!

http://www.imsteam.net/IMSTeamMembers/mainbeta.asp

Posted by support at Feb 10, 2017, 1:47:51 AM
Re: Mini Calendar Not Responsive
There seems to be a div right after your body that is used by the mini calendar, but being altered by some of the CSS on your page to be visible (when normally it should not be)

We've made a small change on our side - let me know what you think (and hopefully this doesn't break any other mini calendars out there; we did test this on several sites beforehand)
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