I just recreated my Website (www.wellspringreiki.com) in WordPress. I first created it on WordPress.com, and it worked fine on a variety of mobile devices as far as responsiveness goes.
But for increased functionality, I went the WordPress.org route, running the site through my provider, Myhosting.com. Now the trouble I’m having is that the Twenty Twelve theme isn’t treating the images and text the same as before on WordPress.com hosting.
Photos that had been responsively centered onto their own line in mobile via WordPress.com now often remained aligned left or right with bits of text awkwardly running alongside them (sometimes just a word or two, awkwardly breaking up the paragraphs that should be above or below). A sentence might look like this beside a photo on an Android or iPhone:
Shouldn’t that responsively remain above or below the image?
The only Pluginss I’m running are for SEO 301 Redirects and Yoast SEO (and the only CSS changes I made to the child theme were removing the gray border around images and removing hyphenation).
So I have no idea why the same theme would behave so differently on mobile outside of WordPress.com hosting.
This is very frustrating because a truly responsive theme shouldn’t be behaving this way (it looks unprofessional). Any direction would be much appreciated.
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