X5 Blog Images and Video Not Mobile Friendly. Why?Autor: Nigel B.
Point 1. In mobile view on Pro X5, the main page of my health blog doesn't adapt the photos to the width size of the device. I use rectangular images but X5 crops the sides down to square rather than adjust the size to fit the screen. It doesn't look good.
It also doesn't adapt for the description text to show but cuts it out, although I can scroll but it is rather clumsy. It should adapt to allow everything (photo and text) to show correctly but it doesn't.
When I click to go through to the actual blog post from the main page the image adapts correctly to the width size of the mobile device. So it works on the actual blog post but not on the Main Blog page.
This brings me on to the second point.
On my blog post www.thetahealth.co.za/blog/?are-you-getting-the-best-quality-moringa-you-can I have a video which is not on YouTube but another video platform, and this video I had to add it using the HTML code function. (Unfortunately Website X5 doesn't allow any other video platform links to be added to the resources section apart from YouTube, which is not useful ). So, this video looks fine on desk top computers but in mobile view the video is not mobile friendly but gets cut in half and so looks bad - bad user experience .
Point 1. Incomedia can you please fix this?
Point 2. Incomedia can you please fixt this so that either a) videos that have to be added with html code can be made to be mobile friendly, or b) add a function in the Post Settings>Resources section of blog posts that allow a url link to placed, similar to the YouTube Video Url, which makes any video - from ANY video platform - mobile friendly.
Incidently, I have NO idea how to code or change the html code to become mobile friendly which is why I use this software in the first place.
I await your response.