I’ve written the CSS for my blog in what I think meets responsive standards (e.g., ems for font sizes, flexible placement and sizing of grid elements). But that is MY problem, if I have failed. Meanwhile, for quite some time, I have opted NOT to use WordPress mobile templates when viewing my blog on “mobile” devices. Yet I find the WordPress mobile template is still enforced when I view my blog on an iPad. I feel this is not “truth in advertising” on the part of WordPress. What gives?
You need to go to appearance > mobile and iPad and disable those. Also on the iPad or mobile, you will need to clear the browser cache in all likelihood to have the regular theme show up instead of the mobile/iPad.
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