I use the theme called Hemingway.
I noticed that there is a slight bug with the responsiveness either of the theme itself, or within the fabric of WordPress’s overall code.
I constantly have my browser at 90% zoom. I usually have two or more programs running at the same time, like photoshop and my web browser to watch Netflix and do research with. So the 90% zoom helps with condensing the information in my already minimized browser space.
Upon viewing my site at 90% zoom I grew concerned that my featured images for my posts were the wrong size, or that something had happened to my image library. Nothing was there.
I went to my image library and all my files were right were they were supposed to be. I went into my post editor and all the featured images were still assigned. Then it dawned on me that I use 90% zoom. From previous experience I know that using 90% zoom with Chrome can mess up some platforms. At my previous job our intranet’s landing page carousel would show 5 featured slides when it should only be showing four and would thus show a blank slide. Chrome is a finicky brat. I get it.
I then went back to my site and viewed it at 100%. ‘Twas fine.
Viewed it at 75%. ‘Twas also fine.
What is about 90% zoom? Every other percentage view works perfectly fine, except 90%. If I had a whole team of developers who knew what they were doing and had access into the recesses of WordPress I ask them to look into this, what I would lovingly call, cockroach; a bug that no one really sees but when you do, it’s quite an inconvenience.