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Mobile version isn't working even it's displayed correctly in the developer viewer

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Hi,

I'm not that much experienced working with muse. So my problem is that the mobile version is not working correctly. I designed the website with some break points. The break points are working right in the desktop browser. But the mobile version is just a copy of the desktop version and I didn't get why. Cause in the developer viewer it is working in the right way. I delete the cookies and caches, but it doesn't work.

Can someone help me?

website: cai.sowi.cc

Thank you guys.

Max

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Did you create a responsive website for desktop and mobile?

cai.sowi.cc  and cai.sowi.cc/phone  show exactly the same site.

You could just delete the mobile version /phone alternative layout because you don`t need it.

Your site: cai.sowi.cc is responsive till 320 px. This should be enough.

There are some "small" issues, that should be quite easy to correct, though.

With adaptive design there normally is a totally different layout for each device desktop-tablet-phone.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Mobile version isn't working even it's displayed correctly in the developer viewer

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Hi,

I'm not that much experienced working with muse. So my problem is that the mobile version is not working correctly. I designed the website with some break points. The break points are working right in the desktop browser. But the mobile version is just a copy of the desktop version and I didn't get why. Cause in the developer viewer it is working in the right way. I delete the cookies and caches, but it doesn't work.

Can someone help me?

website: cai.sowi.cc

Thank you guys.

Max

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Did you create a responsive website for desktop and mobile?

cai.sowi.cc  and cai.sowi.cc/phone  show exactly the same site.

You could just delete the mobile version /phone alternative layout because you don`t need it.

Your site: cai.sowi.cc is responsive till 320 px. This should be enough.

There are some "small" issues, that should be quite easy to correct, though.

With adaptive design there normally is a totally different layout for each device desktop-tablet-phone.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Did you create a responsive website for desktop and mobile?

cai.sowi.cc  and cai.sowi.cc/phone  show exactly the same site.

You could just delete the mobile version /phone alternative layout because you don`t need it.

Your site: cai.sowi.cc is responsive till 320 px. This should be enough.

There are some "small" issues, that should be quite easy to correct, though.

With adaptive design there normally is a totally different layout for each device desktop-tablet-phone.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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