I’m having a little trouble with the mobile versions of the site I’ve created. The backgrounds and, in some cases, the content height of the site appear different on a smartphone after the site has been uploaded to its url than it does in the editor. In the editor, there’s every indication that the site will look normal, but as soon as I upload the files via FTP to my domain, the mobile site’s appearance is radically thrown. Any idea what the issue might be? Incidentally, the desktop browser site functions perfectly.
Hi @raybuckley, one more question at the moment, what kind of smartphone exactly are you using? i.e. iphone6 s, 7 plus, galaxy 5, 6, 7 etc. Also, could you publish the webflow.io site, does the issue happen on the webflow.io site, or only on the external site?
Thanks again for your help—I just published the site to raybuckley.webflow.io, and it appears the styling problems survived the change of location.
The phone I’ve been testing the mobile site on is an iPhone 5S running iOS 9.3.2. I also recently tested it on an iPad mini, and it actually appeared to display the desktop site, or the tablet site but with the desktop navbar displayed instead of the mobile menu button. It also included a few of the symptoms we’re already examining—most notably the background, which is set in the editor to stay fixed, but scrolls along with the page content when viewed on a tablet or smartphone (that is, minus the homepage, which I’ve set to behave that way by design).
I hope that helps! Let me know if I can provide any other information for you.