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scroll bar appears when viewed in mobileAsked by kauseway on December 08, 2014 at 09:13 AM
Ok so this is super picky. But I worked hard to build this form that looks great on PC or responsive. Somehow, something happened when you view it in mobile view (or shrink your PC browser window width all the way down).
This black background appears and the form is slightly scrollable left to right. Again, it is being a bit picky but I really dont want to see a black background jump up on mobile. Do you know what might be causing this? Obviously making it white would help but would be better if mobile view was 100% and not scrollable.
Actual the form is slightly scrollable before going to mobile view. See the thin blue border top and right. I would like that to go away. But when you shrink it enough that blue turns to black.
Please try remove your width "600px" on your "form-all" elements.
Find this code and remove it.
I didnt see that under form all in the css. ON the design tab I tried taking away 600 max and it did nothing.
If you have added this to your site could you please share with us your site link or try this option add margin in your left/right.
Put this on your ".form-all"
margin: 0 10px 0 10px;
margin: 0 10px 0 10px;
That makes it worse. The black is now on the left? I removed it.
Upon checking it your form. I believe because you have indicated a lot of CSS styling, and has a specific style for the media screen of min-width 480px, below that there's no more background color that supports that display, that's why it turns to black.
In my sample form, the black is not anymore present. But it does have a weird border on it.
I changed the min-width to 250px to cater the display size of the device. You also have a lot of specific displays set up, which probably makes it hard for the form to be responsive.
Let me know what you think.