A customer reported difficulty trying to get to the checkout when we first launched the site, and I filed it for a bit to address other responsive display issues I introduced when I customized your otherwise fine theme.
When the browser width drops below, say, 700px or so, the cart summary at the top right of each page becomes centered. That’s fine. It also seems to work in the same fashion as the full desktop version.
When the width drops below ~600px, it then no longer seems to function, except as a hyperlink on the word “CART.” That’s counterintuitive, because the gray triangle at the right encourages interaction. (In your default color scheme, there’s no visual indication that “CART” is indeed a hyperlink.)
Is it broken? Am I best off hiding that little triangle?
BTW, thank you so much for the WC 3.0-compatible xmarket update. It worked swimmingly. Separately, their new Woocommerce 3.1.0 plugin update is causing some status conflicts when I run that on our staging server:
1. xmarket/woocommerce/cart/cart.php version 3.0.3 is out of date. The core version is 3.1.0,
2. xmarket/woocommerce/cart/mini-cart.php version 2.5.0 is out of date. The core version is 3.1.0,
3. xmarket/woocommerce/single-product/product-image.php version 3.0.2 is out of date. The core version is 3.1.0,
4. xmarket/woocommerce/single-product/product-thumbnails.php version 3.0.2 is out of date. The core version is 3.1.0
Site URL: hidden Theme version: 2.3 WooCommerce version: 3.0
Thanks, Rose. That CSS did the trick, with the addition of a little !important. You may close this post.
If you have a moment, I did have a follow-up on the theme update release. How will I know when it’s available? I don’t remember seeing it pushed through the WordPress admin for the 3.0 update; I had to follow the download link in a knowledge base question at your support website.
Then, it still showed the old version number, so it was hard to tell which was which after I backed up the old theme.