Hi – on this page it’s not mobile responsive because of the floating leaves etc:
Is there any point in putting this in the header:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width" />
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
Or will that just mess things up? e.g. now on my iphone if I tap the hamburger in the left of the browser window, I get the text content only of the page – no head, no leaves, no btmnav, etc. I don’t want to confuse safari or any other browser by telling it that it’s responsive when it’s not.
But I would like the header area to display more clearly on mobile phones. Right now it’s tiny text you can’t read. The right-hand cells don’t drop below the left, as I’m hoping they will if I add device-width to header.
It’s so complicated to test, because this is a wordpress page sharing header.php with tons of other pages, that it’s easier for me to ask the question here in the hope someone might know a global answer for all browsers.
thank you! - Val