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    Hi all,

    Please see this page:

    This was coded for me. The form should be to the right of the content and on all PC browsers it is. On my Retina 15inch mac, the form falls below the content (as if the responsive design was off). If I change the resolution of my mac to the highest (non scaled) the problem goes away. But as soon as I turn it back to Retina and move the browser it jumps down. I’m thinking it has something to do with the media queries but I don’t know enough to dig deep. For me this problem is in Chrome and Safari but not Firefox (All latest versions.)

    Any ideas?



    Thanks. Definitely trying to learn. I’m ok with CSS but the whole responsive thing is new to me. I’ll play around with the viewport width maybe?

    Thanks again


    I changed form box to 264 but the issue persists. This seems to also be an issue on non-retina macs. No matter how big the browser is the form is always below.

    On a PC i can recreate it with sizing the browser down but it works on most common resolutions.

    On Mac Firefox it behaves as expected. Could be some sort of Mac Chrome/Safari issue?



    I did, didn’t have an effect.


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