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Hello! I really hope someone can help me with this.
I'm working on revamping my site by using a testing subdomain so the main site isn't down while I work on it. I've made a lot of progress in getting the site to look how I want it, but I just discovered it only looks right when I'm logged into wordpress. When I log out of the site or view it on another browser (logged out), it looks like a complete mess. I've tested this on Chrome and Safari so far.
When looking at the page elements while logged out, one of the body classes is mobile-theme. Since the site looks the same (a mess) on my phone, I can only assume there's something wrong with the mobile version of my site.
Here's the site with Outreach Pro installed: testing.passionlifelovehealth.com
So this leads me to two questions:
With the 3.9.1 update, suddenly everything looks bad, but in a different way. There's no longer a body class of mobile-theme.
EDITED: Now the mobile site and the desktop site do look different, but both look really messed up when I'm not logged in. Why am I seeing a different version of the site when logged in vs. not logged in? What do I need to change to get everyone to see what I'm seeing when logged in?
Okay, I feel quite silly. I cleared the cache of both browsers and suddenly the site is loading beautifully. Carry on!
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