John De Fusco

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  • in reply to: Responsive Issue (Detected by Google! Bad for SEO!) #60596
    John De Fusco
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    Hi Bidur,

    Done but nothing changed.

    Could you have a look?

    in reply to: Responsive Issue (Detected by Google! Bad for SEO!) #60512
    John De Fusco
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    Hi Birdur,

    Done but it doesn’t solve the problem (See attached 1). I applied the changes on http://wordpress.needleworkz.com/

    I’ve testing my websites and your online demo. The problem could be related with the admin bar, it flows very weirdly with the responsive.

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    in reply to: Responsive Issue (Detected by Google! Bad for SEO!) #60397
    John De Fusco
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    Hi Bidur,

    No, that’s is not the problem. The responsive issue starts at 789px (See attached 1).

    Here is happening too with no ads, no add to cart button, no sidebar:

    http://wordpress.needleworkz.com/

    Your online demo had the same problem (See attached 2). I took that screenshot from your website just before submitting this ticket and now, it’s solved. How is that possible?

    Even removing the sidebar on quiltsocial.com and knitmuch.com, the problem is still there.

    I’ve checked every HTML element and there are no issues with their widths and margins/padddings.

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    in reply to: Responsive Issue (Detected by Google! Bad for SEO!) #60305
    John De Fusco
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    Hi Bidur,

    No, portrait view.

    I found this issue on my Samsung S7 Edge. The same was happening using the responsive feature on Google Chrome (See attached).

    Apparently, you fixed the problem because I can’t see it in your demo now. Could you provide me an update to solve this on websites too? quiltsocial.com and knitmuch.com (Have the premium version).

    I’m completely sure the problem is in your theme. I’ve already switched to your fresh theme (Not the child one) without any plugin and mobile version doesn’t work properly.

    John De Fusco
    Participant

    Any suggestion?

    John De Fusco
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    Hi,

    I did more tests and I’m completely sure that your theme isn’t compatible with Google Tag Manager. Once the snippet code is included after the <body>, the WP default search forms stop working. You can replicate the error linking a WordPress and Circumference installation with Google Tag Manager.

    This is very bad because it’s an important tool for the marketers and the popularity is growing very fast. You should find a solution for that.

    Thanks.

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