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class table-responsive is not actually responsive

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 5:35 am
by masterross
Hi guys,

I'm running OC 2.3 with the default theme.
On mobile when I click on the cart, I see the table with products added is not responsive.
How to make it responsive?

Thanks in advance!

Re: class table-responsive is not actually responsive

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 10:45 am
Well, it's not so easy, especially, if Images are also part of this.
One could move the Model below the Item Title on the Cart, and
so remove a Column in the Theme '/checkout/cart.tpl ' File,
like it's beeing done here:
and/or 'shorten' Product Titlenames, by limiting their Character amount
to some extend, with a limiter like this, in the corresponding
'controller/checkout/cart.php ' File:

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'name'        => utf8_substr(strip_tags(html_entity_decode($product['name'], ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8')), 0, 20) . '..',
but that's all, what can be done about, without rewriting the Theme 'Cart'
File Code, to make such look swell, regardless of Display Resolution.

Due to no pre-set SECTION Width Values, such a NAME will not break into more
than one Line, which would make it look better. The Column+Field in charge
could possibly be MAX-WIDTH Value -fixed by CSS Class Code, but I never
tried, it just came into my mind ...
Just to give you some ideas on this!
Good Luck! ;)
PS. It's not Version related, all v.2 ++ Default Themes act the same.
And $product['name'] might also be called $result['name']
depending on the OC Version used, just to have this mentioned too.
And don't forget, to Change COLSPAN-Values further down in the Theme File, if
you remove a Section out of the Table, to make everything, like Cost-Estimations
and the Bottom TOTALS-Sections align correctly again ! ;)

Re: class table-responsive is not actually responsive

Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 8:18 am
by masterross
Thanks mate,
Actually, I found a way to make it more view-friendly only with CSS.

cart.PNG (120.26 KiB) Viewed 280 times

Maybe I could short the names but it's not necessary

Re: class table-responsive is not actually responsive

Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 8:38 am
Well, I found out, that I also had it solved in a decent way,
after playing around again with one of my test sites ... :D
But it's not an OC default type Layout either, and can't just
be copied into a 'regularly styled' OC v.2 + Theme Install :'(
I also placed the 'Model' Info into the Title Section, and it
seems to 'linebreak' the title content, as seen on the image.
And the Unit Price is made HIDDEN in small resolutions.
Good Luck! ;)