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Something I've done to my CSS has broken my sites mobile responsiveness, the thing is I don't know what I did to brake it.... One moment it was fine, the next the content was too wide to fit on a mobile device.
I did change the default size of the areas.. I made the content use 780px up from 750px, but changing it back didn't make any difference. I've been through all my changes, but I can't see what's causing my issue...
Is anyone feeling kind enough to investigate this for me? I know enough CSS to get myself into trouble, but not enough to get myself out of it! My main reason for changing themes was to get a better experience for mobile browsing!
Here's my site:
Thanks, but the ads are "Google responsive" ads... so I don't understand why they are causing the issue. Shouldn't they adapt to the size of the screen? I thought that was the whole point of them?
I removed the adverts but the problem didn't go away, so maybe it's something else?
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