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Websites refuse to adjust to mobile screen size

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MANY Websites refuse to adjust to mobile screen size, including Google Mail. Text is not wrapped or shrunk to screen width.

Your "help fix" suggestion turn on and off desktop mode doesn't work.

It was working in previous version before updating to latest Firefox build earlier this week.

The latest stable Android release running on Android 11 with latest updates: >> 98.2.0 (Build #2015868577), 2b529a583+ AC: 98.0.12, 9ad94b2a33 GV: 98.0.1-20220313140707 AS: 91.0.1 << Example Screen shot attached from Google Mail.

MANY Websites refuse to adjust to mobile screen size, including Google Mail. Text is not wrapped or shrunk to screen width. Your "help fix" suggestion turn on and off desktop mode doesn't work. It was working in previous version before updating to latest Firefox build earlier this week. The latest stable Android release running on Android 11 with latest updates: >> 98.2.0 (Build #2015868577), 2b529a583+ AC: 98.0.12, 9ad94b2a33 GV: 98.0.1-20220313140707 AS: 91.0.1 << Example Screen shot attached from Google Mail.
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Please appreciate that it really is down to the website to make sure they are responsive to a mobile view. In the case of email services, often they are looking for users to make use of a native mobile app and to not be used in a web browser (on a mobile device).

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Hi

Do you have an example of this issue that is not an email service?

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One example (image attached): https://einsteinathome.org/content/seti-refuge-bar-bistro-wing-cafe-einstein

Right now that's the first non-webmail site I visit often. Had several late yesterday but thought nothing of it until today when returning to GMAIL on web. I can post more as I run across them if needed.

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Выбранное решение

Please appreciate that it really is down to the website to make sure they are responsive to a mobile view. In the case of email services, often they are looking for users to make use of a native mobile app and to not be used in a web browser (on a mobile device).