When I look at me site on my mobile phone, half of the logo cannot be seen, and part of my homepage text is missing. My theme is Enigma. Has anybody had this issue and resolved it?

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Toml82 Premium
Hey all,

Thank you for taking the time to answer my question, and thank you for giving me such great advice.

I have found a new theme that I have tested on a different domain, and it looks great on mobile aswell as desktop and tablet.

Thanks again everyone and all the best,

Tom
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Timotheus Premium
May everything you do succeed and brings you prosperity. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Glad to hear you found a good responsive theme. Just out of curiosity, what is the name of the theme?
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Jaz333 Premium
If you are considering changing themes, Generate Press is a great one. With Generate Press I am able to view how each page looks via mobile or tablet and I can change settings for each separately as well.

You can find more info on what GP is capable of as well as tutorials on each function available here: https://docs.generatepress.com/

Like others have suggested, I would set up a test site and back up your current site before going ahead and making big theme changes.

Good luck, Shannon
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Toml82 Premium
Thanks Shannon,

Really appreciate your help.

All the best,

Tom
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boomergp08 Premium
Before you start trying to change themes on your live site, create a test website using one of your free site rubix websites (no need to activate the SEO plugin). Then fill it with some content like you have on your live site (you can just copy & paste), and then test different themes viewing the test website on mobile. Once you have found a theme that looks best, then change you live website. NOTE: You may have to tweak the format of your content as some themes may be a bit different.
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Toml82 Premium
Thanks mate,

That sounds like the best idea. I'll try out different themes on another domain first.

Thanks again,

Tom
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boomergp08 Premium
My pleasure Tom.
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boomergp08 Premium
Before you start trying to change themes on your live site, create a test website using one of your free site rubix websites (no need to activate the SEO plugin). Then fill it with some content like you have on your live site (you can just copy & paste), and then test different themes viewing the test website on mobile. Once you have found a theme that looks best, then change you live website. NOTE: You may have to tweak the format of your content as some themes may be a bit different.
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TheCatherine Premium
Hi Tom
Dale is absolutely right, it's more hassle than it's worth to change CSS code. Asking the community for advice about a free theme that looks good on a mobile. I can't help you because I use paid themes. It is really imperative that your site looks great on a mobile
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