So, my site went live last week. I've worked out a few of the responsiveness bugs, but was informed by someone with a 15" MBP retina display that there are a couple of issues with the layout.
I'm not sure what to do about this. How am I supposed to test for this if I don't have a retina display?
Here is my site: http://jatekweb.com
If it makes you feel any better, I just checked it on MBP retina 15" in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox and it looks great on the screen resize to me.:)
I could be totally wrong (I often am), but I don't think retina display would have an impact on your responsive CSS...
Thanks Carrie! That makes me feel lots better. I was kind of worried for a sec.
I'm having a problem with our logo being fuzzy on an iPad 3 with retina display. (www.newmediawebsitedesign.com). Am using the Responsive Header plugin. I think I need to follow the instructions here:
Anyone have any tips on this issue?
Ignore above... I was using the wrong graphic-size in the the plugin. When I replaced it with the "full size" it worked fine. The logo on the ipad was about same size as on the iMac.
However, when we created a 2x version as suggested in link in post above the plugin made the logo stretch across the entire iPad... very nice.
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