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As I keep saying, I love the responsive aspect StudioPress themes.
Well, imagine my shock when Google sends an alert to say one of our StudioPress websites was not mobile friendly.
The error was: Content wider than screen
An image placed in the content area was regarded as not mobile friendly and too wide for smart devices.
I assumed (made an ass of you and me) that the theme delivered images based on the device, but no. StudioPress themes are responsive moving the header, footer and sidebar content but not the content inside the content window.
We researched the topic of resizing images and found lots of workarounds.
We ended up trying this: Adaptive Images for WordPress
I'd be interested in hearing what other work-rounds people are using?
Themes only display content. Responsive images are served by WordPress, not the theme.
If you have an image that you've placed in a widget with custom HTML, you have to adjust for the responsiveness yourself.
I've never had a problem with responsive images. I switched to SVG images on the front page with my last site makeover. If I can avoid it, my goal is to not use bitmap images any longer (jpg, png)
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