There is a way to get a Desktop version on mobile devices, by modifying the header.php file in the theme(which I don’t recommend), since, after that, your website will not be responsive, so your content will be difficult to see.
I see no reason why anyone should do this …
If you still want to see what your website would look like in this case, follow these steps:
Edit the Theme Header file:
1. Open Appearance->Editor
2. On the right side, find the “header.php” file.
3. In the main area delete the content in line 28. (
<meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width” />
4. Save the changes, then refresh the page
and you will get Desktop version on mobile devices.
PS: I suggest you use child-theme for the theme modifications. Using a child theme lets you upgrade the parent theme without affecting the customizations you’ve made to your site.
I visited your website and from I can see you have set up fixed width on some of your elementors elements(heading title, Images)
so they are not responsible and that is the whole problem you have.
I think it’s the easiest way for you to set those elements responsible.
please check this video guides: