[Resolved] Why is my site header messed up in mobile desktop view.

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  • #1611760
    linuxwolf

    Hello, I tested some site including mine, those are running with gp and looking fine on mobile desktop version, but my site header looks messed up. Is there any fix for this?

    #1612003
    linuxwolf

    This is happening even with mobile version footer

    Look at the image.

    #1612004
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    i am not sure how you’re viewing the Desktop view on your mobile device, not something i have ever tried with modern responsive websites, but the simple fact is there is not enough room your devices screen to display the desktop navigation.

    #1612376
    linuxwolf

    Hello David,

    You can try chrome browser. It has option to switch to desktop site.

    1. The header and footer text are not allign correctly..

    2. Even on the mobile version site (non desktop) you can see the issue exists on site footer. I had shared the screen shot. I hope you understand.

    Link

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/VrHcpPhEbwRHhjPW8

    #1612707
    linuxwolf

    Hello?

    #1612791
    linuxwolf

    And for the mobile desktop version, when I refresh multiple time the header looks fine.

    #1612893
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    This is how your footer looks to me on iPhone SE which is the smallest (320px) wide mobile device:

    Viewing a Desktop Layout on a Mobile size device is not something we can do anything about. As there is no simple way to determine that view type and I am not sure who in the does that nowadays – its definitely not something i have ever tested before when creating a modern responsive website.

    #1612915
    linuxwolf

    Actually it appears ok unless I refresh my site on mobile device.

    #1612953
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    If the site styling is changing upon refresh then this is most likely related to any cache/optimization plugins or potentially server page caching that is at fault.

    #1612981
    linuxwolf

    I am using lite speed cache, optimized CSS too. Could it be the reason?

    #1612991
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    the Optimized CSS option is probably the issue. It creates Critical CSS and defers loading of other styles… unless you know how to manually write critical CSS i would avoid using this feature.

    #1613358
    linuxwolf

    It was a cache plugin issue, Thank you for your suggestion.

    #1613686
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support
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