First of all, a big compliment to the great plugin. It has already saved me a lot of work and manual adjustments and is very helpful and easy to use. Thanks for that!
Now that I’ve mostly got everything on my website right the way I want it to be, there is still a problem for which I can’t find a solution. I have activated the “Cover Template” on all pages. Everything looks as it should on the desktop computer. Not on the mobile phone, however, at least not in Safari and Chrome. I solved the problem that the background image or the cover template is too wide on the side and is not automatically adjusted with “width: 100dvw” and “height: 100dvh”. Unfortunately, however, the “entry-title” and the “scroll indicator” is still not displayed in the “viewport”, but below the visible area. With two-line titles you can at least see a little of the upper part, with one-line titles nothing at all. In Firefox and Edge everything works… the image is fully displayed, as well as the title and the arrow. What can I do here?
I would be very happy about a solution! Thanks in advance.
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