Website pages too big and off the screen
How can I resize the display so websites fit the phone screen?
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What is the address of the website that you are trying to view?
Do you have desktop mode enabled?
If you're experiencing issues where website pages appear too big and go off the screen on your phone, you can try a few different solutions depending on the browser you're using. Here are general steps that might help:
Chrome (Android): Zoom Out:
Open Chrome. Tap the three-dot menu in the top-right corner. Look for "Zoom" or "Resize" options. You might need to pinch your fingers on the screen or look for buttons with plus and minus signs to zoom in and out. Reset Zoom:
While on the webpage, double-tap on the screen with two fingers. This should reset the zoom level. Desktop Site:
If the website has a mobile version, it might be worth switching to the desktop site. Open the three-dot menu, look for "Site settings," and select "Desktop site." Safari (iOS): Zoom Out:
Open Safari. Pinch your fingers on the screen to zoom out. Reset Zoom:
Double-tap the screen with two fingers. Reader View:
Some websites offer a "Reader" mode. Look for the Reader icon in the address bar (it looks like a few lines). This can simplify the page and make it easier to read. General Tips: Rotate your device:
If the webpage is too wide, rotating your device to landscape mode might help fit more content on the screen. Clear Cache:
Sometimes, cached data can cause display issues. Clearing the browser cache in your settings might help. Check Accessibility Settings:
In your phone settings, there may be options related to display and text size that could impact how content appears. If these general tips don't resolve the issue, it might be specific to the website or the device you're using. In some cases, websites may not be fully optimized for mobile viewing, and there might not be a straightforward solution. If possible, you can contact the website's support or try viewing the content on a different device or browser.