Ok, the next button issue. Monitor size and browser shouldn’t matter - they all can parse HTML and CSS code. One thing that could mess with the ability to see the next button would be the monitor’s resolution. If it is set to some ridiculously low setting (1024x768 or so) it may get cut off. The theme sets the length of the sidebar and your viewers need to check their own settings and increase the resolution if necessary. It isn’t your fault, nor the theme’s. If all else fails, they need to disable browser addons or re-install the browser, then check for the button. You’re having to deal with this way too often for me not to speak up about it, especially when you’re getting such uninformative answers. If you want, I can also look at the code for the theme - though as stated, I don’t think that is the issue at all - I think those that are missing the button are either really zoomed in (like you’ve been saying) or their monitor’s resolution is wrong.
alright so basically this. it’s not us, it’s not the theme. i can’t fix it. you have to fix it on your end. and telling us we should just get a new theme will do no good because theres always going to be someone that it won’t work properly for. If doing this is too much work for you then just stick with url navigation! I’m sorry, I wish I could enter some magical code that would fix it for everyone but i cant Dx
but yay thats figured out and done with.
if you need to know how to do these things heres some guides:
To Zoom in or out on a particular browser click the link to see how: