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    Default Mobile website width: This is just a little test.

    Hi, I need to test how my test website looks on an LG G2. I set the maximum width of the site to 480p and minimum to 320p, and I'm curious how the site will look on a device that has a 1080p width (the LG G2). I just don't know if the phone will scale the website or zoom into the proper area.

    Just go to testblog607.blogspot.com and take a screenshot. Reply here with the screenshot please.
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    Default Re: Mobile website width: This is just a little test.

    Quote Originally Posted by xpcjx87 View Post
    Hi, I need to test how my test website looks on an LG G2. I set the maximum width of the site to 480p and minimum to 320p, and I'm curious how the site will look on a device that has a 1080p width (the LG G2). I just don't know if the phone will scale the website or zoom into the proper area.

    Just go to testblog607.blogspot.com and take a screenshot. Reply here with the screenshot please.
    This is more a browser thing... Attached is a screenshot of it on a Nexus 4 (1280x720 display) with Chrome, tough to see without manually zooming in.

    Mobile website width: This is just a little test.-uploadfromtaptalk1399508599526.jpg

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    Default Re: Mobile website width: This is just a little test.

    Quote Originally Posted by acejavelin View Post
    This is more a browser thing... Attached is a screenshot of it on a Nexus 4 (1280x720 display) with Chrome, tough to see without manually zooming in.

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    Thanks, I got it figured out now. I'll just have to stretch it to max @ 960 and use bigger text, and scale width of any images to 90 - 100%
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    Default Re: Mobile website width: This is just a little test.

    If this has anything to do with css media queries, you should look into viewports, that should normally make responsive web design and scaling a lot easier on mobile devices with different resolutions.

    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/...wport_meta_tag

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