Help with scripting for Wordpress site viewed on an IPAD..

I've been tasked with fixing a Wordpress site so it can be viewed on an IPAD. The site when viewed on an IPAD is shrunken in both landscape and portrait mode-- it is ok an Android Tablet. The person that developed the site was fired and I'm coming in after the fact trying to fix this.

www.msiatlanta.com


/*
* jQuery Mobile Framework v1.2.0
* http://jquerymobile.com
*
* Copyright 2012 jQuery Foundation and other contributors
* Released under the MIT license.
* http://jquery.org/license
*
*/

(function ( root, doc, factory ) {
if ( typeof define === "function" && define.amd ) {
// AMD. Register as an anonymous module.
define( [ "jquery" ], function ( $ ) {
factory( $, root, doc );
return $.mobile;
});
} else {
// Browser globals
factory( root.jQuery, root, doc );
}
}( this, document, function ( jQuery, window, document, undefined ) {

// throttled resize event
(function( $ ) {
$.event.special.throttledresize = {
setup: function() {
$( this ).bind( "resize", handler );
},
teardown: function() {
$( this ).unbind( "resize", handler );
}
};

var throttle = 250,
handler = function() {
curr = ( new Date() ).getTime();
diff = curr - lastCall;

if ( diff >= throttle ) {

lastCall = curr;
$( this ).trigger( "throttledresize" );

} else {

if ( heldCall ) {
clearTimeout( heldCall );
}

// Promise a held call will still execute
heldCall = setTimeout( handler, throttle - diff );
}
},
lastCall = 0,
heldCall,
curr,
diff;
})( jQuery );
(function( $, undefined ) {
$.extend( $.support, {
orientation: "orientation" in window && "onorientationchange" in window
});
}( jQuery ));


(function( $, window ) {
var win = $( window ),
event_name = "orientationchange",
special_event,
get_orientation,
last_orientation,
initial_orientation_is_landscape,
initial_orientation_is_default,
portrait_map = { "0": true, "180": true };

// It seems that some device/browser vendors use window.orientation values 0 and 180 to
// denote the "default" orientation. For iOS devices, and most other smart-phones tested,
// the default orientation is always "portrait", but in some Android and RIM based tablets,
// the default orientation is "landscape". The following code attempts to use the window
// dimensions to figure out what the current orientation is, and then makes adjustments
// to the to the portrait_map if necessary, so that we can properly decode the
// window.orientation value whenever get_orientation() is called.
//
// Note that we used to use a media query to figure out what the orientation the browser
// thinks it is in:
//
initial_orientation_is_landscape = $.mobile.media("all and (orientation: landscape)");

// but there was an iPhone/iPod Touch bug beginning with iOS 4.2, up through iOS 5.1,
// where the browser *ALWAYS* applied the landscape media query. This bug does not
// happen on iPad.

if ( $.support.orientation ) {

// Check the window width and height to figure out what the current orientation
// of the device is at this moment. Note that we've initialized the portrait map
// values to 0 and 180, *AND* we purposely check for landscape so that if we guess
// wrong, , we default to the assumption that portrait is the default orientation.
// We use a threshold check below because on some platforms like iOS, the iPhone
// form-factor can report a larger width than height if the user turns on the
// developer console. The actual threshold value is somewhat arbitrary, we just
// need to make sure it is large enough to exclude the developer console case.

var ww = window.innerWidth || $( window ).width(),
wh = window.innerHeight || $( window ).height(),
landscape_threshold = 50;

initial_orientation_is_landscape = ww > wh && ( ww - wh ) > landscape_threshold;


// Now check to see if the current window.orientation is 0 or 180.
initial_orientation_is_default = portrait_map[ window.orientation ];

// If the initial orientation is landscape, but window.orientation reports 0 or 180, *OR*
// if the initial orientation is portrait, but window.orientation reports 90 or -90, we
// need to flip our portrait_map values because landscape is the default orientation for
// this device/browser.
if ( ( initial_orientation_is_landscape && initial_orientation_is_default ) || ( !initial_orientation_is_landscape && !initial_orientation_is_default ) ) {
portrait_map = { "-90": true, "90": true };
}
}

$.event.special.orientationchange = $.extend( {}, $.event.special.orientationchange, {
setup: function() {
// If the event is supported natively, return false so that jQuery
// will bind to the event using DOM methods.
if ( $.support.orientation && !$.event.special.orientationchange.disabled ) {
return false;
}

// Get the current orientation to avoid initial double-triggering.
last_orientation = get_orientation();

// Because the orientationchange event doesn't exist, simulate the
// event by testing window dimensions on resize.
win.bind( "throttledresize", handler );
},
teardown: function() {
// If the event is not supported natively, return false so that
// jQuery will unbind the event using DOM methods.
if ( $.support.orientation && !$.event.special.orientationchange.disabled ) {
return false;
}

// Because the orientationchange event doesn't exist, unbind the
// resize event handler.
win.unbind( "throttledresize", handler );
},
add: function( handleObj ) {
// Save a reference to the bound event handler.
var old_handler = handleObj.handler;


handleObj.handler = function( event ) {
// Modify event object, adding the .orientation property.
event.orientation = get_orientation();

// Call the originally-bound event handler and return its result.
return old_handler.apply( this, arguments );
};
}
});

// If the event is not supported natively, this handler will be bound to
// the window resize event to simulate the orientationchange event.
function handler() {
// Get the current orientation.
var orientation = get_orientation();

if ( orientation !== last_orientation ) {
// The orientation has changed, so trigger the orientationchange event.
last_orientation = orientation;
win.trigger( event_name );
}
}

// Get the current page orientation. This method is exposed publicly, should it
// be needed, as jQuery.event.special.orientationchange.orientation()
$.event.special.orientationchange.orientation = get_orientation = function() {
var isPortrait = true, elem = document.documentElement;

// prefer window orientation to the calculation based on screensize as
// the actual screen resize takes place before or after the orientation change event
// has been fired depending on implementation (eg android 2.3 is before, iphone after).
// More testing is required to determine if a more reliable method of determining the new screensize
// is possible when orientationchange is fired. (eg, use media queries + element + opacity)
if ( $.support.orientation ) {
// if the window orientation registers as 0 or 180 degrees report
// portrait, otherwise landscape
isPortrait = portrait_map[ window.orientation ];
} else {
isPortrait = elem && elem.clientWidth / elem.clientHeight < 1.1;
}

return isPortrait ? "portrait" : "landscape";
};

$.fn[ event_name ] = function( fn ) {
return fn ? this.bind( event_name, fn ) : this.trigger( event_name );
};

// jQuery < 1.8
if ( $.attrFn ) {
$.attrFn[ event_name ] = true;
}

}( jQuery, this ));

}));

Please let me know your thoughts...
Thanks
Trey