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    The Problem is visually located on my website:

    While viewing my site on most smart phones and tablets (iphone and ipad’s), you will see that there is a white background located on the right hand side of the page. It covers approx 50% of the page which leaves my navigation links covered up and makes it look weird all together.

    CSS coding is located at: style.css

    Any help? Because other than that, it shows up find most other places.


    Maybe with “overflow:hidden”?

    Also, you gonna need add the media queries for make it responsive ;)


    Where would I place that? I had a guy do my coding before. While I certainly understand CSS and coding to a degree, I just need a little more specific help in where I should place your advice with the code. Also, what do you mean by media queries? I appreciate your help in advance. Thank YOU so much.


    Your code have 2 problems:

    1- Width (and Height) defined in pixels (use %).
    2- No media queries.

    Example of Media Queries:

    I hope you understand the “syntax” of the CSS example.


    When your container width is changed to 1200px the white goes away so I would take a look at that.

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