Best Answer Rob , 23 December 2012 - 06:47 PM
We are not permitted to provide CSS solutions, and since that designer is also one of our pro developers, my best recommendation would be to hire him as he's going to know exactly how he did that, and why the condition exists. He'd be best suited to resolve it as well.
That said, he has this in his CSS for the section:
margin: 0 4px 10px;
Now, if I change it to:
margin: 0 10px 10px 4px ;
That would eliminate an extra bit of potentially erroneous space on the right side and could eliminate the gap causing the misalignment in mobile devices.
It falls under #sb_footcols .texture
That said, I cannot test it on a mobile device, so I've no idea, which is another reason why you'd probably be best hiring the developer as a pro. http://www.pagelines.com/pros
Again, px is usually not responsive, so I'm not sure if this is 'the' solution, and it's admittedly a huge guess on my part.Go to the full post