ResolvedCannot Adjust Image on Mobile Version of Website

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    The first image that appears on my webpage seems to be unworkable. It is as if the right side is overlapping the left side, to the point that the buttons are not fully visible, and I do not have the option of editing these buttons because the little pop-up menu is also blocked.
    Mobile version (Portrait):

    I’m having some difficulties making my site mobile friendly in general, including the image at the bottom of the homepage, which is being similarly unfriendly to work with.

    Thanks in advance,


    Hello Anja,

    I am not really sure what do you mean, but basically everything seems fine to me. However, keep in mind that these are background images, so they would scale to always cover the entire area. They are not meant to be used with sensitive information like texts inside. This is not theme related. It’s how the WP Bakery Page Builder works.



    Hello again,
    This issue is coming up using your babystreet homepage (the one with waves). The problem arises when I substitute your stock image with my own. I’ve tried a variety of resolutions, and no change. You already had buttons there, I’ve just changed the text.
    At the moment we’ve placed a more ‘portrait friendly’ photo as the first image, and still that’s not great.
    The problem is that when viewing the mobile version the text and buttons are cut off and very little of the image or buttons are seen.
    That said, I guess my main question would be what specific size of photo was used in your original photo so that it responds so well as a mobile site?


    We have used 1920×1080 image, but also note the kids, the text and buttons are placed in the middle.

    However, it looks like you’re using the OceanWP theme now.

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