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    if I open my Website in landscape mode on iPad, there is a white space between the Navbar and the Layerslider. It´s´just in the landscape modus on iPad not in a browser with a smaller window on mac or pc.

    In portrait mode it works fine, and on iPhone it seems that there are no problems, too.

    Any idea?



    Hi comitzuu!

    I checked your website here:

    I don’t see the white space. Can you please post a screenshot?



    Hi Ismael,

    that´s what I mean. You can´t see it in a normal Browser, it´s just on the iPad.

    Here are two screenshots from it:




    I’ll ask Devin to check the website. He can check it on an actual iPad.



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    I didn’t have any issues with it on my end. I thought I had responded a few days ago but it looks like it didn’t actually post. What specific iOS version and iPad are you getting this on?

    Best regards,


    Hey Devin,

    I´ve been using the iPad 2 with the latest iOS 6 (i hope that I don´t need to change to 7, it looks terrible with the childish Icons :) … )

    Another reason to stay at this version is the fact, that a lot of people now using the same configuration… iPad 2 or 4.
    It seems that No. 3 wasn´t sell very often. So I can test all configurations at iPad 2, iPhone 4s, MacBook white (latest), and MacBook Pro 15″ Retina (end 2012)…
    It works fine on iPhone 4s to. I have just to adjust some media queries after I finished the main structure of my site…

    But ok, you say that it works right on your´s. 3 or 4? Faster processor? Can it happens that your device has just the ability to load faster, and on my device it brakes because it load to slow?

    In the next few days I will implement W3TC and CDN and some more technics to make the site faster…

    How does it work with the fixed background pictures on your device please?

    The same on both: Safari and Chrome for iOS…

    Best regards


    Hey Devin,

    today I found this article:

    I don´t knew this possibility before…

    Found the follow code:

    <div id="main">
    .fixed_header.social_header #main {
    padding-top: 230px;

    I use this in my Custom Stylesheet to fix the issues with my big Logo : Link

    If I deactivate it in Safari, the whitespace is smaller, because now this one turns on:

    .fixed_header.social_header #main {
    padding-top: 147px;

    Turn this off activates this:

    .fixed_header #main {
    padding-top: 88px;

    Turn this off, kills the white space…

    To deactivate the fixed Header on mobile devices I insert this code: Link

    I´m not sure what exactly produces this mistake but I think it´s to find here and I have to set some values to 0px inside the media queries.

    But which one I have to choose? Because you told me that are no issues on your device. Don´t want to insert code that fix this issue but produces another one…


    Can´t find a solution for the Problem with the fixed background pictures on iPad and also on iPhone :




    I think it don´t´have to do anything with the loading time, because I insert today gzip in htaccess and they are the same issues like before.
    Pagespeed runs up from 29 to 81…

    No caching, no CDN…

    Best Regards

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  comitzuu. Reason: wrong link
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  comitzuu.

    Any chance to fix it?



    Hey… I think I will find a solution for the white space… I´ll play with queries and look what happens…

    But please, please, please can you tell me how to fix the problem with the fixed Pictures in Color Sections on iOS – Devices???

    The Pictures don´t stay fixed! That means that there are white spaces inside the colorsections above and below the pictures…

    I´ve made my Maintenance complete in a Color-Section and it breaks on iPad complete!

    Can´t show this to anybody, it looks really terrible!

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    Please do not tack on other questions within a topic. Not only does it mean we don’t see the question until later because our queue goes by oldest topics first, but it also makes it very difficult to track and respond to questions in addition to forming incorrect correlations between issues.

    For your separate color section issue please create a new topic. I no longer have a device to test the last iOS version since I updated once it passed the 70% adoption mark.

    Best regards,

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