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Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

Help me with bootstrap mobile menu


When you look at this website , and you go on mobile, theres a gap on the left you can see that this is a piece of block, there the hamburger menu is, on the left its doesnt look right. It has padding 15px or something.

How can i fix that?

Thomas Workman
Thomas Workman
7,173 Points

Hey Konrad,

One thing I wanted to point out is that your slick.css and slick-theme.css files didn't load for me and was seeing a 404 in the console, so not sure if you have custom styles that aren't being applied here.

However, looking at your source, I see that you are using Bootstrap's .container inside of .container-fluid inside your navbar. I recommend just using .container-fluid. Note that if you do, you will want to make some adjustments to your header content.

For reference, here's how the containers work in Bootstrap: http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/scaffolding.html#layouts

Also, check out how Bootstrap has their examples setup: http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/getting-started.html#examples.

Hope this helps.

1 Answer

Tatiana Perry
Tatiana Perry
17,156 Points

That is a built in boostrap style. Without seeing the actual CSS I can't give an exact way to fix it. Some suggestions: You can add it into a custom stylesheet and overwrite the style. Also note that if the styles are the same in 2 stylesheets, it will apply the stylesheet loaded last.

This is the css in boostrap that controls the navbar right margin.

   margin-right: 15px;
   margin-right: 0px;
   float: left;