If you want to change your WordPress site’s responsive mode, you first need to determine which mode you want to use. There are three responsive modes in WordPress: “fixed-width,” “fluid-width,” and “full-width.”
To change responsive mode in WordPress, first click on the WordPress admin area’s “Appearance” tab and select “Responsive Design.” From there, you can choose the responsive mode you want to use.
Once you’ve chosen the responsive mode, you need to set a few parameters. First, you need to determine the width of your content.
To do this, enter the desired width in pixels in the “Width” field. Next, set the “Height” field to the desired height of your content.
Finally, set the “Auto-width” field to “Yes” and click on the “Apply” button. WordPress will now adjust the width and height of your content to match the width and height you specified in the fields.
If you want to disable responsive mode, simply set the “Auto-width” field to “No” and click on the “Apply” button. WordPress will now use the original width and height of your content.
Remember, you can always change your responsive mode by selecting “Responsive Design” from the WordPress admin area’s “Appearance” tab and selecting the desired mode.