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I have a question about the way Firefox browsers behave from a PC to an Android device. I have a simple non responsive HTML CSS website that I have built that looks good on a Windows PC browser but on my Android devices the layout is slightly off. I have tried a few tricks to solve the issue by adding a bit of length to a page so I could space out the text boxes and the links but it didn't help. The best way to describe this is to let you see a couple of snapshots so someone can see the actual issue first-hand. I normally test my websites on two different browsers with the other browser being Chrome. I test both on PC and Android and the issue is only showing up on Android devices. I am a Firefox user but I still test across a few different browsers to see how a website will behave. As mentioned, I only see this issue with Firefox on my Android devices and I have not been able to solve this issue. I would like to ask you if you can advise me on this issue. Thank you, Mike

I have a question about the way Firefox browsers behave from a PC to an Android device. I have a simple non responsive HTML CSS website that I have built that looks good on a Windows PC browser but on my Android devices the layout is slightly off. I have tried a few tricks to solve the issue by adding a bit of length to a page so I could space out the text boxes and the links but it didn't help. The best way to describe this is to let you see a couple of snapshots so someone can see the actual issue first-hand. I normally test my websites on two different browsers with the other browser being Chrome. I test both on PC and Android and the issue is only showing up on Android devices. I am a Firefox user but I still test across a few different browsers to see how a website will behave. As mentioned, I only see this issue with Firefox on my Android devices and I have not been able to solve this issue. I would like to ask you if you can advise me on this issue. Thank you, Mike
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Hi Mike, you don't normally need to set a length for a page or for elements in your page. If your CSS uses position:absolute or position:fixed, you could consider letting it use a normal flow instead (i.e., do not use position rules).

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