project categories ……. also responsive breakpoint glitch

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    project categories ……. also responsive breakpoint glitch


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    Good evening!

    Two questions for you.

    1) There seems to be an issue with my project display on my home page as well as my new portfolio page. I tagged and categorized my projects. But, for example, when I click “animation” (one of my categories) … it doesn’t display all 4 projects that I tagged and categorized as animation. It shows sometimes one and sometimes two. Any suggestions?

    2) Some of the pictures in my blog posts disappear on the mobile version, even if I selected:

    breaking point: always. Display: always
    On beaverbuilder.

    Working on my desktop when I go in mobile view in the responsive section of beaverbuilder, the image appears. On my phone, it does not!

    Oliver Juhas

    Hi anikbonnema13,

    1. Please note that you need to display all projects on the page when using the animated filtering. If you are not displaying all the projects, the filter uses only with those that are displayed on the page.
    2. Please note that this issue is related to a page builder usage, not a theme. Have you set up the images as column background and the column contains no modules in it? If so, then try to add some padding to the column. If the column contains no module, it is simply shrunk on mobile screens. If this doesn’t solve your issue, please contact your page builder support for help.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design


    1) I have them all selected and still…. It doesn’t show all the projects that fit in each of my categories.

    2) okay thank you I’ll look into it:)


    Ohh I just figured out what you mean….Nevermind!

    I understand :)

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