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Member dzflower453 private msg quote post Address this user
Hi,
I recently made some marketing updates to a social finance firm website for my internship. I have worked on new content creation pieces as well as adding hyperlinks to existing webpages.

My boss said that the mobile capability has been affected. I know this is probably due to me putting infographics and videos in. I have linked to some sample pages below. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as we plan to discuss this in a meeting tomorrow.

Thanks in advance.
http://threecornerscapital.com/page/gender-equality
http://threecornerscapital.com/page/carbon-capping-and-output
http://threecornerscapital.com/page/conflict-minerals
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Top Contributor Steve private msg quote post Address this user
Suggest you run each page through here

https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

Every page is mobile friendly... when I ran it through, tell your boss to give you a pay rise for proving the point.
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Forum Owner Belew private msg quote post Address this user
Numbers 2 and 3 don't work on my mobile.

The image is fine but the text isn't. Too small and only uses the left half of my phone.
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Teacher Rev private msg quote post Address this user
@dzflower453

This is a code snippet from one of those pages:

<h3>
Lower Carbon Initiatives</h3>
<p>At Three Corners Capital, we support:</p>
<ul>
<li>
Businesses that call for...</li>
<li>
Tax credits for businesses...</li>
<li>
Businesses that invest in...</li>
</ul>

This may be due to your theme or other internal issues but this is poorly formatted HTML. (I've truncated the long list items which is not part of the issue. This is correct:

<h3>Lower Carbon Initiatives</h3>
<p>At Three Corners Capital, we support:</p>
<ul>
<li> Businesses that call for...</li>
<li> Tax credits for businesses...</li>
<li> Businesses that invest in...</li>
</ul>

Tabs and line feeds should not appear within inline elements. If this is your coding, remember that HTML is a mark-up language, not a programming language. Though "sexy" to some, "pretty printing" -- indented, tabbed, etc. code layout -- is NOT good HTML practice.

This may not be part of your issue but it is the first thing that stands out to me.

Secondly, your infographic and other image have absolute dimensions set which can interfere with responsiveness on some mobile devices.

There are a number other small issues that are most likely theme related as they are outside of your content. Don't worry about those. Clean up the code (use the text editor if it is theme/core generated) and remove the absolute dimensions on the images and you should be good to go.
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Member dzflower453 private msg quote post Address this user
Hi everyone,

Thank you very much. My boss was concerned that some of the pictures don't stack the same way on mobile as on the webpage. His website manager is working on it as well, but I will pass what the Rev said on to her.
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