[SOLVED] How to hide login on mobile

2 months 2 weeks ago - 2 months 6 days ago #320468 by a.muntean
[SOLVED] How to hide login on mobile was created by a.muntean
Hello!
I have placed a horizontal login on the top corner of my site. It works fine on desktop, but when I open the site on mobile, it brings my whole layout out of whack.
I want to place a login button on the sidebar menu and jut hide this one on mobile. How can I do that?

Thank you in advance,

Andrei

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2 months 2 weeks ago #320475 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic How to hide login on mobile

I want to place a login button on the sidebar menu and jut hide this one on mobile. How can I do that?

If your Joomla template has the functionality to hide module positions based off device then yes. Otherwise you'll have to try and use "Module Class Suffix" under Advanced Options to add a custom CSS class then write the CSS to hide its contents on certain display sizes using @media usage in your CSS.

I want to place a login button on the sidebar menu and jut hide this one on mobile. How can I do that?

Create a Joomla menu item to CBs login page on your side menu. If you haven't already setup the Guest view access level in Joomla as shown below and set the access of your menu item to Guest so it's only visible to users not logged in.

docs.joomla.org/J3.x:Access_Control_List_Tutorial#Allowing_Guest-Only_Access_to_Menu_Items_and_Modules


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2 months 2 weeks ago #320479 by a.muntean
Replied by a.muntean on topic How to hide login on mobile
OK. So this one is sloved: i am using gantry5 and there is a css class to hide it. Worked perfectly.

I used the same class to add the login button and only show it on the mobile menu. Again worked perfectly.

However, now there is another issue: i put the login redirection page to "index.php/home-registered". That is where the desktop login points too.

But: on the mobile menu it leads me to a faulty page. When I look into the link, it seems that the login module ads "/login" after the redirection page. So it redirects the user to "index.php/home-registered/login" which doesn't exist.

What am I doing wrong?

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2 months 2 weeks ago #320495 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic How to hide login on mobile
Always use a non-SEF URL when configuring URL parameters. You can find the non-SEF URL for "home-registered" by editing its Joomla menu item and reviewing the value in "Link". For example if your menu item is to a Joomla article you might have the below.

index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=ARTICLE_ID&Itemid=MENU_ID


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2 months 2 weeks ago #320506 by a.muntean
Replied by a.muntean on topic How to hide login on mobile
I did that: it seems that the page name that is generated by the menu: index.php?option=com_gantry5&view=custom

brings the link to.../index.php/component/gantry5 - still the wrong link. what am I doing wrong here?

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2 months 1 week ago #320520 by a.muntean
Replied by a.muntean on topic How to hide login on mobile
I have been working on this and tried several variants - re-did the pages and tried using non-sef urls... it doesn't work. i think there is something wrong with the module.

My situation:
i have 2 modules for login:
1- is the horizontal version - for desktop login
1 - is default version to be shown in the mobile menu

for both. if i use non-sef urls for the redirection page they land me on an error page
for desktop - if i use regular url index.php/main-wall it brings me correctly where i have to be
for mobile - if i use a regular url as above it adds a /login at the end of the link and brings me into an error page.

How can I solve this?

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