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Hi - I'm using the terrific new Parallax Pro theme at http://lenski.com. I've done a small amount of customzing and something I've done seems to have affected a very specific mobile responsiveness situation. I can't replicate the problem on the Parallax demo page, so I know it's something to do with my site.
If I load any page in portrait position on my iphone, all is well. If I load a different page in the landscape position, all is well. If I load a page in landscape and then switch to portrait on my iphone, all is well.
BUT if I load a page in portrait and then switch to landscape on my iphone while on the same page, the page doesn't adjust to the new screen size -- it's too WIDE for the screen. Likewise, if I load it in landscape, change to portrait, and then back to landscape, the problem recurs. It doesn't matter if I refresh the page -- problem stays.
The problem does not happen when I test the same scenarios on my ipad mini.
I'm only seeing the problem when switching from portrait to landscape on the iphone and only with the Safari browser (can't replicate the problem in Chrome iphone browser).
Can anyone see anything in my css file that I'm overlooking? And what would make this a Safari-only problem? I'm befuddled by this one! Thanks.http://lenski.com
Halloooo...can anyone help?
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