Can anyone tell me how to get my site to scale correctly on iphones and ipads. It is http://www.elitedentalstaffing.com. My header.php has the code <meta name=”viewport” content=”initial-scale=1.0; maximum-scale=3.0; width=device-width” /> but it does not seem to be working. My theme has a button that turns responsive design on and off. I have it turned off because it does not work for my site but I am afraid that is disabling the meta viewport in my php file. I am not a knowledgeable enough website designer to know though. Any advice on how I can get my to scale correctly would be greatly appreciated.
Looking at the CSS code for your site, it doesn’t look like it’s coded to be responsive. It has a fixed width here:
If there’s supposed to be a theme option for it, you’ll really need to ask the developer of the theme about how it’s supposed to work, as that’s not a theme that we have access to, and these forums only offer theme-specific support for themes from this site.
That code was code I inserted myself for a container that is just a portion of the site. I know I would have to modify that but the problem is the overall header does not seem to be using the meta viewport. Unfortunately Go Daddy does not support their own themes. Guess I am on my own. Thanks
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