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    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?

    Sushil Adhikari

    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?


    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. Thanks

    Sushil Adhikari

    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:


    Sushil Adhikari

    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!


    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!


    Sushil Adhikari

    What is happening is that your image (example the cute baby foxes) is in a

    container 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”


    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"]Domestic fox cubs on couch 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…

    Sushil Adhikari

    This is the code I see for that one photo:

    [code type=html4strict]

    Domestic fox cubs on couch

    Warning: this much cuteness may cause your heart to burst!
    Image courtesy of Dr. Svetlana Gogoleva

    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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