I don't have any experience making my sites mobile responsive so in turn I also don't really know what they are supposed to do or look like. After investigating this I believe the items are supposed to stack vertically (especially on a small device such as my iPhone) and not just be a smaller version of the website that you have to enlarge and scroll each way to successfully read the site. Is this correct?
So, using the Education Theme which says is a mobile responsive theme I thought I was doing ok until my client brought it to my attention that it did not look right on her iPad. I found a website http://studio412design.com/ (thankyou by the way) that will give you screen shots of your site on various devices - Awesome! No, my site doesn't look very good and I need some help please... I have a custom background that seems to overlap the content column on the iPad - Landscape. I removed the background to see if that was the cause and it's not. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. The link...
I tested it out using the actual Studiopress Demo and it has the same issue. You might want to put in a ticket about that since the Demo is the same.
Did you ever get any resolution on this issue?
I am having the same issue. The site I'm working on looks good on everything I've tried, landscape and portrait, with the exception of iPad landscape. I've submitted a ticket as @anitac suggested. In the meantime, just curious if anyone has had any luck with resolving this?
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