[Support request] Full Image Width When Viewing With Handheld Devices

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  • #13118

    joe
    Participant

    Hello! 🙂

    My site is https://www.simotsarap.ph/ and was wondering how do I show the full width of the image when viewing with tablet/mobile? At this page, https://www.simotsarap.ph/seafood-recipes-tagalog/ I set it to align left and 200px by 200px, and it works perfectly when viewing with laptops but when on mobile (portrait mode), it just shows the same size like in the laptop. I want it to stay exactly like it is now when being viewed in laptops but when on handheld devices, the image will have 100% width. Like the one shown in homepage (https://www.simotsarap.ph/)

    I am using GPP and have WP Post Pro (not yet using pro with this site tho)

    Thanks!

    #13142

    Tom
    Keymaster

    Hi there,

    It’s not possible to set different image sizes at desktop/tablet/mobile as of right now.

    You’ll need to:

    1. Set your image size to something large enough to be full width on tablet/mobile.

    2. Use CSS to reduce the size on desktop (I can help with this once it’s set up).

    Let me know 🙂

    #13144

    joe
    Participant

    Hello,

    Ok let’s try that 🙂

    I set it to 425px width now (I didn’t put anything in height). I checked with Chrome Inspect and it seems good for mobile.

    #13169

    Tom
    Keymaster

    Awesome 🙂

    #13181

    joe
    Participant

    Tom, can you help me with step 2 of what you said? haha

    #13233

    Tom
    Keymaster

    Did you get it working? I’m seeing it full width on mobile here: https://www.simotsarap.ph/seafood-recipes-tagalog/

    Let me know 🙂

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