Yuzoolthemes RSS Feed Stack

(Brian Peters) #1

I am trying to use the Yuzoolthemes RSS Feed Stack on the Home Page. Whilst the RSS feed appears correctly when viewed on a desktop, when viewed on a mobile device, such as iPhone or iPad, the page menu disappears. I have isolated the problem to the Feed Stack (when it is removed, everything works as it should). I have also noticed that this is not a problem when the Stack is placed on a non Home Page - the menu appears on mobile devices correctly. I have contacted the developers for advice, but so far no response. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to get this Stack to work on a Home Page, or can suggest any other Stack that would be better? Thanks

(Michael Frankland) #2

What theme is it @barryuk?
Can you share a link?
If it is breaking the homepage, it should be breaking the other pages too.
Am sure it’s an easy fix :slight_smile:

(Brian Peters) #3


I am using the Cinema Theme on http://thecanaryislander.com http://thecanaryislander.com/. In desperation, I am now using another RSS product from another developer, which works without any issues.

Originally, I would liked to have used Feed, but you can see what happens on the test page here: http://bmiac.eu http://bmiac.eu/. When the Home Page is viewed on a mobile (iPhone or iPad) the menu disappears. On my main page, there are many other stacks that might be causing the problem, but when I delete Feed from the Home Page, there were no issues. Similarly on the test page, Feed is the only stack present. It would be good to have a fix. Thanks.

(Michael Frankland) #4

It seems there might be a clash with the JS in Feed + Cinema theme.
Who makes Cinema theme? I can’t find it…:

Let me know and I can test with the developer…

(Brian Peters) #5

Hi Michael
Thank you for your attention to this. The excellent cinema theme is made by One Little Designer - contact Jon Meadows. However, when testing, the problem also occurs with the Bravo theme. I suspect that the problem is with the Feed Stack and little to do with themes. Maybe it is selective as to which ones it will work with?

(Rob Beattie) #6

Slightly off-topic but an observation - I found the main menu very hard to use because it folds over onto a second line and the two get in each other’s way when the drop-down sub-menus appear. I wonder if you might be better off using a different menu approach? Maybe some sub menus on landing pages or a meg-menu?

Just a thought.


(Brian Peters) #7

Yes Rob, you are right. I had noticed it, but frankly wasn’t sure what to do about it. Can you recommend any appropriate stacks/solutions? I need the menu on each page as folk come at it from different sources. Many thanks for your advice.

(Marek) #8

Hi Michael,

I’d also like to try to use the RSS Feed stacks on the homepage of your site. But first I have to buy it - but now it’s only offered as part of a huge stack of stacks for $ 49 … I would therefore like to ask Michael:

1 / Is it possible to buy this stacks separately? And how?
2 / Can I show with this stacks just 1 item from the RSS feed?

If there was at least a demo to try it out …! (Such as stacks4stacks.com)

Thank You!

(Rob Beattie) #9

Is there anything to stop you from having one main menu item called ‘The Islands’ and then having Gran Canaria, Tenerife etc as sub-menus off of that? Then on those individual island pages that currently have their own sub-pages, you could have a side menu or use a tab stack or accordion stack or something.


(Brian Peters) #10

Thank you for the suggestions, Rob. I will be working on it. I appreciate your comments.

(Michael Frankland) #11

Thanks @barryuk will take a look :slight_smile:

I’ll send you a message @MT3 about that
And yes - just set it to 1 item


(Marek) #12

Thank you Michael - I understand.

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