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    Use this meta tag. It should set the width of the browser window to the width of the device. <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexSyrik View Post
    Can somebody tell me how to make a webpage also fit on a moblie
    Alex.
    Maybe when the responsiveness for mobile viewing is fully solved, they will come up with new devices and then something new, better than fit to screen size, will be needed.

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    John, and do you fly in a DC3 when you leave that island paradise for somewhere less idyllic? Or do you take a much faster, safer, jet?

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    Hi Franko,

    Sorry I didn't get back with you sooner, my host migrated all of my sites to a new server. Supposed to be no problems, but ...

    Your suggestion worked perfectly for my smart phone nut, not my tablet. Any ideas.

    I really want to thank you and the others who are so good about helping those of us who are not as far along as you are. It's one of the reasons I'm still with NOF.

    Herschal

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