When I click on the URL for "work" in my primary navigation, this is what network inspector shows:
When I resize the page and it auto-refreshes, this is what it shows:
So maybe there's an extra redirect being added in here that's causing the issue... ?
Sorry for multiple posts, just trying to keep track of the problem.
Thank you for the clarification.
I've tried removing all custom css + html, deactivating all WP plugins, deactivating Chrome extensions, and clearing the cache, but the auto-refresh still happens on some pages.
Still trying to narrow down what is making the refresh happen on these particular pages.
Some details about my install:
- LayTheme version: 2.7.6
- Wordpress version: 5.2.1
- Apache Version: 2.4.39
- PHP Version: 7.2.13
- MySQL Version: 10.2.12-MariaDB-log
In Chrome (Mac/PC/iOS) and Safari (iOS), some pages will automatically refresh when switching between desktop/mobile styles (video example). The automatic refreshing doesn't seem to happen in Firefox (Mac).
I think it has to do with custom phone layouts? For example, this page does not have a phone layout setup, and does not refresh when switching between mobile/desktop CSS.
Wondering if this is a technical necessity of the phone layout feature, maybe to render new HTML? Or a bug? I tried searching the documentation for info on automatic page refreshing but didn't see anything.
If there's any other info I can provide please let me know. Appreciate any help!
Is there any way to scale a magnetic slide and its contents to 100% viewport height?
I'm placing HTML5 videos in each slide and they go to 100% width, which leaves lots of space on the top and bottom. It's OK if the left and right sides of the videos are cut off.
I've been playing with the styling but can't seem to nail down what can make this work.
Here's a URL to an example page: http://abrudesign.com/beautytest3/videos/
Any help is appreciated, thanks!