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ReneMerino
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So I have an HTML template which is responsive and works fine in desktops and mobile devices, however that same template I turned it into a wordpress theme using the same style sheets and everything but its not responsive, its responsive when viewed in desktop but when you see it on a mobile device it still looks like the desktop and not the mobile version, any idea why?

Thanks.

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OrangeIdea
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may be you forgot to add this:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
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ReneMerino
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That was it, I forgot I didnt copy the head part from the HTML template to the wordpress one

Muchas Gracias.

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So I have an HTML template which is responsive and works fine in desktops and mobile devices, however that same template I turned it into a wordpress theme using the same style sheets and everything but its not responsive, its responsive when viewed in desktop but when you see it on a mobile device it still looks like the desktop and not the mobile version, any idea why? Thanks.

What is the difference between the responsive HTML template and a WP theme? Is it a lot of work to convert the responsive HTML template to a WP theme/skin?

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So I have an HTML template which is responsive and works fine in desktops and mobile devices, however that same template I turned it into a wordpress theme using the same style sheets and everything but its not responsive, its responsive when viewed in desktop but when you see it on a mobile device it still looks like the desktop and not the mobile version, any idea why? Thanks.
What is the difference between the responsive HTML template and a WP theme? Is it a lot of work to convert the responsive HTML template to a WP theme/skin?

The main difference between responsive HTML template and a responsive WP theme is the same as it is between a regular HTML template and a regular WP theme: in HTML you need to modify everything by hand – this means you need to have coding skills and a lot of hours to spend. In WordPress you can modify almost everything from the back-end, in an interface that looks a lot like a regular desktop based text editor (like MS Word, for example). Also, in WordPress you can modify with a single click a feature present on all the website’s pages (for example the website’s title), while in HTML you need to manually go through all these pages and modify that feature.

It is a lot of work to convert any HTML to WordPress. This work can take anywhere from a couple of days to 6 months, or even more, at a rate of 8 hours per day

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It is a lot of work to convert any HTML to WordPress. This work can take anywhere from a couple of days to 6 months, or even more, at a rate of 8 hours per day
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ReneMerino
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so this fine lady made it to this post, some caption would be nice! :p

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<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, minimum-scale=1, maximum-scale=1">
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silver530
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Did you use enqueue functionality for scripts and styles?

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FinalDestiny
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He already said the issue is fixed, no need to post the same solution twice

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