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Setting up your Mobile Responsive Template:
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HTML5 Responsive Design | More Details & See section below.
KEY: MQs below indicates "media queries". The responsive css code for mobile located in the "media-queries.css". See section below and also support details.
Getting Started:

Warning: Be careful to not confuse your top level website with the website inside the "mobile" folder when uploading! Always upload mobile pages into the "mobile" folder in your hosting FTP.

Step 1:
See the "help-do-first-mobile.html" before you do the steps below.

Step 2:
This template includes 2 homepage options: Step 3:
EDIT HEADER: | More Details
In the "picts-mobi" folder either replace or edit the "logo.jpg". Edit this graphic with your logo or image. This image is 600 x 70 pixels in size. If you change the size you must edit the ".logo-respond" class in the "style-mobi.css". There is a Photoshop "logo.PSD" file in the "extras" folder. The default font used is 46 point bold "Felix Titling".

If you want to change to another image type like .png, edit the "header.js" in 1 place from .jpg to .png (near the bottom) and place your 600 x 70 "logo.png" in the "picts-mobi" folder.

OPTIONAL PLAIN TEXT HEADER: To use the text header option, edit the "var logotype" in the "header.js" from "graphic" to "text". Edit the "var logotext" "Your Website Title" text with your site name.

Step 4:
EDIT FOOTER: | More Details
Open the "footer.js" file in Notepad, TextEdit, or any text editor, and edit the "" text with your company or website name. This will update the footer info on all pages.

Step 5:
Open the "contact.js" in Notepad or any text editor file and change the company name, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address (edit the email in 2 places). This will update the contact info on the contact page.

Step 6:
This template includes a Google map window. Click link above to setup the map.

Step 7:
Replace the images in the "slideshows" folder with your images. Each image is named for what slideshow page it is used on. Example: Image "Fslide1-1.jpg" is for slideshow 1 image 1, "Fslide3-4.jpg" is for slideshow 3 image 4. Slideshow images are 600 x 400 pixels in size.

The slideshows use a "responsive" jQuery script located in the "jQuery" folder. You can add and remove images in the slideshow 1-4 .htm pages. Click link above for details and options for the mobile slideshows.

SETUP "slideshow-home.htm" PAGE: This page is an index of your slideshows. In the "slideshows" folder edit the 4 "thumb-slideshow-?.jpg" images with each slideshow 1st thumbnail. Edit the text on the "slideshow-home.htm".

Step 8:
PDF PAGE SETUP: | More Details
In the "PDF" folder, replace the "PDFsample1.pdf" through "PDFsample6.pdf" with your PDF files. Edit the "PDFgallery.htm" with info for your PDF files. Click link above for setup details.

Step 9:
This template uses embedded YouTube video. Setup a free YouTube account, get the embed code from your video and replace the code in the "video.htm". Replace only the following code highlighted below:

<iframe width="640" height="390" src="" frameborder="0"

Step 10:
The "header.js" is a complicated file and includes 3 sections. The click menu, the header icons and the graphic or text logo. You may want to make a backup of this file before you do any editing. Edit this file using Notepad or a plain text editor. Click link above for help details.

NOTE: Some header icons hide on mobile screens. See Media Queries section below.

Step 11:
Open the "resources.htm" and edit "" in the "START SEARCH", "END SEARCH" section with your website domain in (2) places. If you require a more custom search with no ads, check in your Google account for info.

Step 12:
EDIT PAGES: | Software choices | Notepad Editing
Edit the text on all HTML pages with your information. You can use Expression Web, Frontpage, Dreamweaver, any wysiwyg HTML editor or a text editor like Notepad. Take care not to delete any of the HTML tags that surround the text.

Step 13:
Open each of the pages and change the title tag (at the very top of the page) and also the description and the keywords with your product or service details. You can edit one page and copy and paste to the other pages. You should use a unique title on each page. Be careful to only change what's inside the "" so you don't disturb the html code. Page titles are important so your site will get a good listing at Google or Yahoo and other search engines.

Step 14:
UPLOAD: | More Details
Important Caution: If you are using this as an add-on, upload the "mobile" and "select-overlay" as folders. If this addon will be your top level website, you will instead upload the files that are inside the "mobile" folder and not upload the folder.

Upload the pages on to your hosting company's server using ftp software or Windows Explorer or your control panel. Be sure to upload all template files and folders and all files inside the folders. You do not need to upload the "extras" folder.

Step 15:
IMPORTANT SEO: | More Details
If you are adding this template to an existing website, be sure to add a text link similar to the following to your main website homepage and site map page linking into the mobile folder homepage.

<a href="mobile/index.html">View Mobile Version</a>

You can optionally use a visible image with the link.

The Media Queries Responsive Code | More Details
MQs in this template control many parts of each webpage to conform for mobile and tablet. The responsive MQs css classes are located in the "media-queries.css". Two stages are used for screen widths of 750 and 482. As the browser width is made more narrow and each "stage" width threshold is reached, code defined in the "media-queries.css" will take effect changing the webpage layout. You can edit these sizes in the "media-queries.css" using any plain text editor.

Hiding header icons for mobile: The "header.js" icons for PDFs and videos hide when the MQs kick-in using the class="hidemobile". This is included in the "header,js" as an example. You need to hide some icons for mobile and also test. See click menu details.

The "media-queries.css" is for mobile and includes some of the same class names as the "style-mobi.css" that alters these classes as the browser width becomes more narrow.

When editing some styles, if there is a "like" class in the "style-mobi.css" you may need to also edit this duplicate class in some cases. See responsive support details.

COLORS & STYLES: | More Details | Media Queries
Edit the font sizes, menu styles, background colors, page widths and heights, and all template colors in the "style-mobi.css" using any plain text editor. Edit the "media-queries.css" only if you want to change how the template reacts on smaller screen mobile devices. See Media Queries above.

FONTS: | More Details | Media Queries
This template uses Google Fonts. The code that "calls" the font files is the first line in the "style-mobi.css".

Edit the font sizes in the "style-mobi.css" file. Change the class after the note "THE NEXT LINE CONTROLS THE DEFAULT FONT SIZE" px size to change the font sizes or colors on all pages. Change the "title" px size to change all the title sizes. You can find other web HEX colors by clicking here.

If you do not now have a graphic logo you can contact Allwebco Design through our support center and we can create a quick simple logo for a small fee. See the custom design services support page for details.

HEADER ICONS: | More Details
See "CLICK MENU & HEADER ICON BAR" step above on this page.

MENU EDITING: | More Details
See "CLICK MENU & HEADER ICON BAR" step above on this page.

The "resources.htm" is the site map page. This page is linked from the home page (index.html) to help list all your pages at the search engines. Do not remove this link.

So all your pages will maintain a minimum standard height and width ".pageheight-min" and "#pagewrapper" and "#contentwrapper" classes are included in the "style-mobi.css". Edit these heights and widths to any sizes you prefer.

IMAGES: | More Details
You can replace the template images with your own. You will find all non-slideshow images in the "picts-mobi" folder. Hover over any image to view the size.

ADDING IMAGES: | More Details
You can add new images to the template pages, however, you will want to keep your images very small in size so your website will load quickly on mobile devices. TIP: If you want to add larger images, do not add them to the homepage so your site will load quickly.

Scripts, Javascripts and Flash or video can be added to any of the template pages, however, most mobile devices load these types of items slowly and\or may not have support for these applications. If adding these types of items it is best not to add them to the homepage in the template.

ADDING PAGES: | More Details
You can add pages to your website by copying and pasting any one of the .htm pages and renaming it to whatever you need. You can then add text links from the other .htm pages, or you can add new links to the menu in the "header.js". See menu editing above.