July 7, 2013 at 6:50 am #13892rjvilardiParticipant
Using the encounter theme. The site looks fine on my iPad but losses everything except text on a smart phone. Have checked it out on both iPhone and Galaxey. Ant suggestions?July 7, 2013 at 7:12 am #17952
What is your site link? I will check it out on my iphone and if you can, describe what specifically you are losing in the phone view?
Thanks.July 7, 2013 at 6:02 pm #17953rjvilardiParticipant
http://www.biblesenders.org/new/ I lose the entire heading and graphics. However, embedded graphics in the page seem to work fine. I am using Layer Slider for the pics up top. Also I put in the code for scroll buttons in Layer Slider but need to go back and recheck that as it is not working right. ThanksJuly 7, 2013 at 7:18 pm #17954
Thanks for the link… ok, I went to your site with my iphone and sure enough, it’s like a completely different design and style as though something such as a plugin is creating an alternate mobile view. So I am guessing you are using a plugin that does a different mobile view that is overriding the theme’s own responsiveness. From what I found out, it’s your JetPack plugin, because what I see is exactly like this:July 19, 2013 at 5:26 am #18017
Awesome that did the trick thanks. I have another small issue I can’t seem to resolve. I want to remove the ability to leave comments on the home page.
Awesome… anyway, I moved this as a new topic to a new thread with a follow up. Cheers!July 23, 2013 at 5:36 pm #18030Lindsey CarmichaelMember
I have a question about this as well. When I load my site on my iphone, the image in my blog post (front page) is displaying at a much bigger size than it appears on my desktop, which makes the whole site look very weird.
As per your previous response, I checked my Jetpack plug in, and the Mobile feature is turned off, so something else is up. Any suggestions are appreciated!July 23, 2013 at 7:18 pm #18033
What is happening is that your image (example the cute baby foxes) is in acontainer which has an inline style attached to it like this: style=”width: 610px”
The inline style part is causing a conflict with the theme’s responsiveness, so the solution is to simply open the post up in your editor, switch to the text tab, and delete this part:
style=”width: 610px”July 24, 2013 at 3:44 pm #18037Lindsey CarmichaelMember
I read the entire post on the text view and couldn’t find a style=”width: 610px” The code for the image is:
[caption id="attachment_365" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Warning: this much cuteness may cause your heart to burst!
Image courtesy of Dr. Svetlana Gogoleva[/caption]
I tried deleting the width=”600″ portions, but that messed up the formating on my laptop without fixing the iPhone…July 24, 2013 at 6:25 pm #13893
This is the code I see for that one photo:
It’s the div container that i see that inline style as you can see above. I got this when I looked at your page’s source code.
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