Hey, thanks for the update, but we still think there's a mixup somewhere in your plugin settings, I'm afraid to say.
The thing is, we have checked your blog post again and noticed that the code you've send us in your last reply isn't actually implemented, since the width is still set to 'auto' and not to '100%' as indicated.
Here's a screenshot of your current CSS setup, when in mobile view: http://cl.ly/image/1Z2x47453T3c
And here's a screenshot of what it should look like, if that code would be implemented: http://cl.ly/image/2S2K1i3V3O1P
Which begs the question — do you have another related posts plugin installed, that has that custom CSS code implemented (if so, which one)?
And since we also don't want to occupy too much of your time, we'd like to propose if we could take a look at your dashboard ourselves, if you would agree to share your credentials with us.
We can completely understand if this is something that you are not comfortable with, but I'm afraid this might be the only viable / best solution for us right now, since we are a bit confused which code is which right now.
It also goes without saying that your privacy is to our upmost concern, after which we will take all the extra precaution possible.
Let us know what you think and we'll do our best to help you out! I'm looking forward to your reply!