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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by webskipper View Post
    The Mobile buttons are small and look washed out. Hard to read.
    The Responsive Classic template, expects to use CSS buttons ... which it appears you already have turned on.
    And I can't see any issues with mobile buttons currently on rc101dotcom
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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    I want to add more contrast and just kill the pill buttons all together.

    I like the buttons of the desktop site better.

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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by webskipper View Post
    and just kill the pill buttons all together.
    Hmmm ... it appears that all the desktop-based "mobile emulators" do show the CSS buttons in mobile mode, but some of the actual mobile devices are still rendering them shaped as lighter-colored pill buttons.

    I imagine Anne has a quicker fix for that than I do.
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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Team, is the guidance to modify responsive_classic directly, or to template off it? If the latter, please see my notes in the thread
    https://www.zen-cart.com/showthread....lt-into-1-5-5)

    Might also be time to update
    https://www.zen-cart.com/content.php...ustom-template
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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    How do I remove the category count on the mobile menu?

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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by robbie269 View Post
    How do I remove the category count on the mobile menu?
    I realize you asked specifically about the Mobile Menu, so I will assume that you've already turned off Category Counts here: https://www.zen-cart.com/content.php?198

    And, doing that DOES turn off the Category Counts, even in the mobile menu.
    But you're probably referring to the "sub-menu counter" that gives an indicator about how many sub-links are available in each sub-level in the mobile-specific menu.

    So, to turn off the counts of how many sub-levels are available in the whole mobile-menu, edit /includes/templates/YOUR_RESPONSIVE_TEMPLATE/templates/tpl_modules_mobile_menu.php:
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            counters: true
    ... change that to false, and ALL sub-level indicators will no longer have ANY counters. Be sure you assess whether you really want that turned off.
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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    ... change that to false, and ALL sub-level indicators will no longer have ANY counters. Be sure you assess whether you really want that turned off.
    Yes the sub-menu counters are what I meant. What is the benefit of having them?

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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by robbie269 View Post
    Yes the sub-menu counters are what I meant. What is the benefit of having them?
    Just information for your users. Not saying it's right or wrong.
    I'll answer your question with a question: Why do you feel the need to turn them off?
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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    Why do you feel the need to turn them off?
    I know, I asked for that! Just a personal preference.

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    Default Re: Responsive Classic (built in to Zen Cart v1.5.5) [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by robbie269 View Post
    I know, I asked for that! Just a personal preference.
    Haha!
    Nothing wrong with having a personal preference.
    My point earlier was just to consider whether it matches the preference for the majority of your specific customers.
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