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  • #2401
    bgabry

    Hello everybody,
    I created a site with this fantastic CMS!????
    The first version was published on:
    https://site1med.000webhostapp.com

    Everything is fine here, then I added my domain (the domain is on godaddy, I activated a park domain):
    http://meditaid.it

    Unfortunately if I open the site meditaid.it from mobile devices (iphone, android …) the display is as if I were on a desktop pc screen, so I don’t see the menu and the text is very small, almost illegible.
    If I use the original link https://site1med.000webhostapp.com/, the site also works well on mobile devices.You can try with the links.
    Can anyone tell me why? Thanks !

    Gabriele

     

     

    #2402
    Verhoeckx

    Hello Bgabry,

    These are my findings:

     

    site1med.000webhostapp.com

    • There is not stylesheet loaded on this webpage. (except the font) (see Developer Tools -> console or network).
    • Some part of the website is loaded with HTTPS and some part with HTTP (see Developer Tools -> console or network).

     

    meditaid.it

    • You use a very old doctype?
    • You use a frameset and multiple frames. Why?
    • When you only choose to show the first frame the website look perfect! So remove all those frames!

     

    Verhoeckx

    #2403
    Bob
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    Unfortunately if I open the site meditaid.it from mobile devices (iphone, android …) the display is as if I were on a desktop pc screen

    Your site is displayed very well in the mobile view, I think the problem lies elsewhere – clear the mobile browser cache.

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    #2408
    bgabry

    Thank you all,
    looks like a problem caused by using Domain masking (or URL masking). Many other people have problems with responsive themes:

    https://theme.co/forum/t/masking-url-disables-mobile-responsiveness/42404

    Perhaps the easiest solution is not to use URL masking …
    Thanks again !

    Gabriele

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