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 Mobile Username Issue [SOLVED]
Hi! Well, for some reason, my mobile version won't show the usernames on the top of their posts. I changed some things on the mobile CSS and I managed to change the background color of the .post-authorbar, but yet the .post-username don't show up.

#mobile .post-username { display: inherit; color: #101010; }
#mobile .post-authorbar { display: inherit; background-color: #FFFFFF; }
#mobile .row2 { display: inherit }

Here are some screencaps of my site on my phone:
user posted image user posted image

Here is my site:
You have:

.titlemedium  a:link, .titlemedium  a:visited, .titlemedium  a:active  { display: none;
text-decoration: underline;
color: #3A4F6C; font-size: 9px;

This is what's removing it.

Since you already have .titlemedium { display: none; } before this, it's redundant and can be removed. It will fix the mobile skin.

email: :: blog: John C.
it worked!

thankssss john
This topic has been solved. If you need anymore help please post a new thread. Thanks for choosing Jcink services.

email: :: blog: John C.
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