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MimiDev

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  1. Is there anyone that might be able to shed light on this?? ...please 🙂
  2. Interesting. I guess we'll both get a solution if someone is to post it here 😕 I am viewing mine on iOS (13) and I haven't checked other phones. Will see if I can do that in the coming days. Let's hope someone might be able to shed some light on the issue
  3. I have been given the task of admin on a site and I am totally unfamiliar with SqSp. (I am otherwise a developer that usually develops on other platforms/CMS's) The issue with the site is that the page is too wide for mobile and causes a chronic amount of horizontal scrolling. The previous developer apparently found a solution by adding the viewport meta tag to the Custom CSS area! {huh??}. While this does fix the horizontal scrolling issue, it introduces an error in the Custom CSS (of course) and then the standard formatting on desktop/laptop causes the #page content to be narrower than it should be. The template in use is Bedford and this is the meta tag code added in the Custom CSS area: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> (I have tried adding this to the 'Advanced' area of Page Settings - and removing it from the Custom CSS, but it has no effect. Still too wide on mobile, but desktop display returns to normal width) I would love it if anyone more familiar with SqSp might be able to point me in the right direction please. I've tried having a look via browser devtools but I can find nothing. NOTE: ** if viewing in a browser, only Chrome emulates the mobile display issue correctly. Firefox does not. The mobile display of the site in SqSp admin also displays correctly. The site is at robe.com.au Thanks in advance if anyone should have a look.
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