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datepicker throwing off styling

Thread began 3/11/2016 3:53 pm by Jamie | Last modified 3/14/2016 12:34 pm by Ray Borduin | 88 views | 2 replies |

Jamie

datepicker throwing off styling

Hey Ray

Have attached a couple of screenshots from an iphone view.

As you can see the one that includes the datepicker has zoomed in to the top left of the page (and you cant scroll left or right) while the other (without the datepicker) is how it should look - this is on an iphone 6. Desktop / laptop it works fine. Its not been set up with an responsiveness

Have attached the page with the datepicker if it helps.

On other pages that have a datepicker that I havent as yet updated (one attached as well) this isnt happening on so am not sure what I may have done wrong.....

(blog_update is the new one with the problem, event_update is the old style)

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This has nothing to do with the datepicker... the difference between the pages is that the zoomed one has:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

this makes the page automatically zoom in to scale for smaller devices. Remove that and it will look like the other page.

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Jamie

Thanks Ray. I did think that myself but on identical pages with the only difference being one had a date picker and one didn't - this only happened to the one with a date picker. Is there any reason that would be?

I have removed the viewport tag though and it's working as you suggest. Thanks

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