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Trouble fixed site on tablet

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I currently have this site as fixed width under page properties. All resize on boxes is set to resize responsive width and height or just width.

When I look on my tablet I get a space on the right side portrait and horizontal. My tablet is a lenovo TAB 2 A8-50F at 1280 x 800.

Any idea why this space? Phone is fine.

http://borodi.videotolifeproductions.com/for-sale.html

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RonaldCz  schrieb

I currently have this site as fixed width under page properties. All resize on boxes is set to resize responsive width and height or just width.

If you have your site set to be fixed width, you don`t have to set your elements to resize in width and height. The only exception would be if you use elements stretched to browser width.

The white space on the right hand side indicates, that there are some elements or at least one outside the canvas.

If this doesn`t solve your issue, show us a .muse with only this page and we can have a look.

Do you use adaptive design? I didn`t find a tablet version?

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Trouble fixed site on tablet

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I currently have this site as fixed width under page properties. All resize on boxes is set to resize responsive width and height or just width.

When I look on my tablet I get a space on the right side portrait and horizontal. My tablet is a lenovo TAB 2 A8-50F at 1280 x 800.

Any idea why this space? Phone is fine.

http://borodi.videotolifeproductions.com/for-sale.html

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RonaldCz  schrieb

I currently have this site as fixed width under page properties. All resize on boxes is set to resize responsive width and height or just width.

If you have your site set to be fixed width, you don`t have to set your elements to resize in width and height. The only exception would be if you use elements stretched to browser width.

The white space on the right hand side indicates, that there are some elements or at least one outside the canvas.

If this doesn`t solve your issue, show us a .muse with only this page and we can have a look.

Do you use adaptive design? I didn`t find a tablet version?

Best Regards,

Uwe

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RonaldCz  schrieb

I currently have this site as fixed width under page properties. All resize on boxes is set to resize responsive width and height or just width.

If you have your site set to be fixed width, you don`t have to set your elements to resize in width and height. The only exception would be if you use elements stretched to browser width.

The white space on the right hand side indicates, that there are some elements or at least one outside the canvas.

If this doesn`t solve your issue, show us a .muse with only this page and we can have a look.

Do you use adaptive design? I didn`t find a tablet version?

Best Regards,

Uwe

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When I used the adaptive design and the space disappeared. did not find anything in the borders but might have been break points.

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