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    Website not displaying properly

    My apologies if this has been answered but my website displays properly on the device I built it on when zoomed to 100%. When I test it with other browsers and zoomed to 100% the site appears cut off.  How do make sure that the site adapts to the screen size of the user? 

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    hi

    I picked the theme

    I get messages saying loading my design

     

    how long should it take . its over I hour

    help

    Welcome to the community! @Advisor Can you provide additional information to help the community better answer your question? The domain or screenshots, perhaps.

     

    @rps I would recommend reaching out to our support team if you're still waiting for your account to setup.

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    Helper II

    Generally, I believe people use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to accomplish something like this.   CSS3 is probably what you want to use.   You might want to look at the viewport option:

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_viewport.asp

    and the Media Query option as well:
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_mediaqueries.asp


    I created a Cascading Style Sheet for my website that had multiple viewport and media query options in it.   I had setup custom rules, so if someone was visiting with a cell phone, the website would display differently.   If someone was visiting with a tablet, it'd display differently.   Different devices had different screen sizes and I was able to say hey, if the screen size is between x and y pixels, make everything z% big.   This worked really well.

    Do you think you could use something like that for your problem?