Support » Theme: Tiny Forge » Responsive not displaying properly in iPad 4

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    I have installed WordPress through my cpanel and all is ok except it does not appear well in my iPad. My iPhone is OK as well as my PC version.

    The site in question is

    When viewing in the iPad, it is pushed to the left, rather than centered. When I look in my browser on my iMac, the site content is centered and when I resize the screen it stays centered, but again,,on the iPad it is pushed to the left.

    Any thoughts please?

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  • Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    I don’t have iPad myself, so I only could check with:

    and it looks normal there :-/

    Could you post a screen shot?

    Is it possible that it’s on the left, because of the sidebar? Perhaps sidebar?

    Interesting that for example mobile FireFox renders page in full mobile view, but mobile chrome on the same screen renders same site with sidebar in elastic view.

    P.S. I would consider moving those little images from the left corners somewhere else, because it is not good to interrupt text flow on the left side from the usability point of view 😉

    That’s interesting. It looks totally ok in yet crowded to the left on my iPad (vers 4). This happens in both orientations and the same in Chrome and Safari. I believe I have disabled the sidebar from the site.

    Portrait screenshot
    Landscape screenshot

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    Could you try to disable all plugins (including front slideshow) and check it on clean theme?

    The slideshow is the only plugin installed. I have disabled it for now, but no difference.

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    I see that slideshow is embedded inside the pages title (h1). Is the plugin requiring it this way?

    If I have chance I’ll check the theme with my friends iPad. If you have access to other devices, please try too, perhaps it is related to an older iOS version?

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    Also could you try the fresh tiny forge theme?

    sorry, how do I refresh the theme?

    And no, I don’t believe it is required to be within the h1 tags

    The plugin was within the h1 tags only on the homepage. I changed this, but no difference.

    BTW – the version I am using is 1.5.3

    And my iPad has the latest iOS – 7.0.4

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    I got that strange behaviour on my Nexus7 tablet with Chrome. But after double-tapping on site it extends. Mobile FF shows good.

    Interesting if you would go to, would you have same behaviour?

    Fresh install: download Tiny Forge theme (you can try new version: ), open style.css and change name to Tiny Forge Custom or something like that. Upload theme and activate it.

    Check the behaviour.

    It feels like there are some custom CSS styles that cause this behaviour.

    ok. The looks as I would expect – filling the whole screen.

    I will need to research how to install this as I did it before from my cpanel using softaculous.

    I may have made edits to the original style sheet. Is there a way I can get the style sheet only (the original) and over-write it? That may fix what I have done.

    I guess I am afraid of losing all the work I have done if I overwrite the theme?

    As you may have picked up – a bit of a newbie at WordPress 🙂

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius


    You can find original css:

    In the future, I would suggest using a plugin for cutom css modifications. Plugins are listed here:

    How to use Tiny Framework and its child themes: a comprehensive guide

    Just copy your css to some text file, to have it for reference.

    So I mark this as “resolved”, because it looks it was caused by internal css rules.

    In any case feel free to post any updates here 😉

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