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Reducing side margins on mobile device

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Hoping for a simple fix to reduce the size of the margins on either side of my content on a mobile device.

 

you can view at www.rocktownbicycles.com (on your mobile device of course)

 

It does seem to help if I make the width of my site extremely wide (1600+px) but that adversely affects my desktop site.

 

Thanks,

ken

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Danny

Hi Ken,

 

To do this you're going to need to use media queries, see here for more information - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/CSS/Media_queries

You could also use the Browser Specific CSS in the DMS Pro Tools if you're not comfortable with media queries. Simply prefix your custom CSS with .mobile

 

For example.

 

.mobile .classNameHere {

  margin-left: 0;

  margin-right: 0;

}


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