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  1. Hello. Im convertig anold site to W3-css & started on one page.. (i'll update the other pages soon). http://sudoku.kwister.com/main?file=2020041310 The problem is, that the black menu at the top looks like 98% of the screen-width on a PCC / computer, & the yellow title above it, is 100% wide. HOWEVER, on the ipad - the black menu is 100% of the ipad width, but the yellow title, is OVER the width (making the ipad have a left/right scrollbar - or able to move sideways). When i first tried to upgrade/fix this page (or page template), I had the w3-row
  2. Hi everybody! I hope somebody could help me understand a complex dynamic page structure and to debug my problem, which is as follows: change order of two divs in mobile view When in mobile phone view (screen width < 768 px., showing the content of the page in just one screen-wide column) I want to show two columns of a wordpress page in another order than the one they appear when in desktop view. The left column should appear, in mobile view, under the right column, instead of appearing over (before) the right column. For this, I found the following generic solution (1) : &
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