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    Default Website not formatting correctly on tablets and phones

    I have recently updated my website and published it. It shows perfectly on laptops and PC's but when viewed on a tablet or mobile phone the banner and menu are missing, making it impossible to navigate around the site. I would be very grateful for any advice on how to solve this problem

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    The URL of your site?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    The URL of your site?
    Hello, my website address is
    www.wendydolan.co.uk

    Thankyou

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    Your banner and menu are Flash.

    Flash isn't supported on mobile platforms.

    If you want to stick with Flash, you'll need to provide alternate navigation.
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    Flash is essentially dead although its feet are still kicking. Most web designers are moving to html 5/css3 for most of the things that can be done in flash. IMHO there never was any reason for using flash for essential things like navigation menus even on the desktop. Although I do it less now, I often used to browse using either Lynx of with a browser with java/javascript turned off and plug-ins not installed, for the sheer speed and security when I was looking for specific information.

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