I have been working with a church to get their new website up and running. With a lot of help from folks here, we have the site pretty much exactly how they want it. However, it apparently does not display properly in iPhone or iPad interfaces.
I can’t figure out what the problem is, or how to fix it. I’m willing to hire someone to help me finish this project, but so far, the first two people I contacted to hire have stopped responding, so I’m looking for help again.
The site I’m dealing with is http://crossroadsefca.com/
And the pastor says that the main problem he is having right now is…”On my iPad the layout looks awkward – the graphics are in the extreme left and right of the screen with an unusually large space in between.
On the iPhone – the loop is now working but that graphics are still incredibly large. ”
Can anyone help with this, either here or for hire?
Thank you for your help Robin! Your work was wonderful, and much appreciated indeed!
The Pastor is still having a bit of trouble with his iPhone, but we finally figured out it may be a problem with his phone, as it is at least 2 versions out-dated. He loves the way it displays in his iPad now.
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