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Textbox contents against the side of the screen on smartphones

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Good day

How do I indent textbox content so that it's not flush against the side of the screen on mobile devices?

When I view Kempston Truck Hire East London on my phone, the text is aligned against the side of the screen and doesn't look right.

Many thanks

Rob

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