Weird Website View in iPad

rakwel10

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2016
4
0
Hello,

I am working on a website and it is acting really weird on iPad. See attached image to understand my problem better.

If you will see the attached image, some "background-image" in iPad view were swapped with other image on the website. Why is this happening?

I will greatly appreciate your help!

Thank you!
 

Attachments

960design

macrumors 68040
Apr 17, 2012
3,086
1,009
Destin, FL
Hello,

I am working on a website and it is acting really weird on iPad. See attached image to understand my problem better.

If you will see the attached image, some "background-image" in iPad view were swapped with other image on the website. Why is this happening?
'working on a website' does this mean you wrote all the code or you've adopted it?
I say this because the different views could be made using media queries.

Do not trust the chrome iPad view as of lately it has been far from correct. Many moons ago it was pretty close, but now with the latest several updates it has failed to impress. I normally keep an iPad next to me during development instead of relying on chrome's views.
 

rakwel10

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2016
4
0
'working on a website' does this mean you wrote all the code or you've adopted it?
I say this because the different views could be made using media queries.

Do not trust the chrome iPad view as of lately it has been far from correct. Many moons ago it was pretty close, but now with the latest several updates it has failed to impress. I normally keep an iPad next to me during development instead of relying on chrome's views.
Thank you for your reply, 960design.

I wrote all the codes including media query so I'm not sure if we will find the problem there. And in the media query I only usually adjust spaces and do not swap images.

Btw, this is a wordpress theme Im working on. Could the problem come form my folder structure? Or maybe with this code <?php bloginfo('template_url'); ?>?
 

rakwel10

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2016
4
0
I cannot see how folder structure would have anything to do with it.
No, just a standard wordpress call. Are you building a child theme?
Not a child theme. This is really a theme built from an html5reset theme.

The problem seem isolated because it behaves nice in other iPad. Could it be a caching problem? How do we hard refresh an iPad?
 

960design

macrumors 68040
Apr 17, 2012
3,086
1,009
Destin, FL
Could it be a caching problem? How do we hard refresh an iPad?
It certainly could!

HUGE STICK
Settings > Safari ( left column ) > Clear History and Website Data ( right column ).

LITTLE STICK
Settings > Safari ( left column) > Advanced ( right column ) > Website Data ( right column ) > Edit ( top right ) > tap to delete the specific data
 

rakwel10

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2016
4
0
The refresh didn't work. Probably an app is affecting it? I'm really pulling crazy reasons now
 
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.