April 26, 2013 at 8:23 pm #22518
I just checked the blog post and first image is not resizing. Here is a link http://globalads24.com/tour-of-veneer-concepts-george-south-africa
The way i did is uploaded the image and inserted into the post. Is there a particular way to post an image to be responsive or its possibly a bug?
NicolasApril 27, 2013 at 5:28 pm #116061
I’m not seeing any issue with the image being responsive on my end. Is it only a specific browser or device that it isn’t working?
DevinApril 28, 2013 at 6:54 am #116062
1. Thanks for pointing out about the browsers so I checked both Firefox and Safari, and it does work with Safari, but does not work with Firefox, here is a photo of the two: http://demo.globalads24.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Picture577adj.jpg
2. So the problem i had is with images on a blog post and I did some research. Here is another image http://demo.globalads24.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Picture532adj4.jpg On the left side in blue, the three arrows pointing show that the image is overlapping into the sidebar area after resizing the Firefox browser for testing purposes. Upon further inspection when the mouse hovers over the image it shows that the image is linking to the jpeg url. I uploaded this using the default WP Add Media insert button. I found the solution by manually inserting an external link into the image, it then became responsive as noted on the right side with 2 orange arrows. I also uploaded the same image to the slideshow via Kriesi’s framework at the bottom of the page edit, this became automatically responsive which is inserted on top of the post (top orange arrow 2. Responsive).
Lesson learned that it’s easier to use Kriesi’s image uploader for these purposes. Getting to know the avia framework a little better :)
NicolasApril 28, 2013 at 6:18 pm #116063
Thank you for the visuals! I see what you mean now and I’ll see if there is anything we can do to make it so that any way an image is added in to a post it stays responsive in FF. There is an oddity with FF alone with inline content and inheriting width so i’ll see if i can add something to the next update.
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