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Backgroundimage on Ipad

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Hi, the Backgroundimages of a row looks nice on desktop and android. But on Ipad it is bigger and you see only a section of the image. It's like a zoom on the picture on an Ipad. How can I set the picture that it looks like on the other devices?

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Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
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Boris

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Thanks for your query. Please share your site url here and share some screenshots of your problem .

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farew

More than a month ago #Permalink
You are using cover & fixed for the background. Apple-Devices cannot handle this...
I'm having the same problem since a few days.

A further problem is the mega menu. If a apple user used a iPad in landscape view, the "normal" desktop menu is shown. If there is a mainmenu entry with submenu items and the user "clicks" on the mainmenu point the submenu is shortly shown and then the mainmenu page is loaded - so the ipad-user cannot access to the subpages.


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