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    paladuma
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    I use Phantom module for photo galleries. The rendering on Windows PC is correct. But the rendering on my own Android smartphone has several faults:
    1. The photo is not shown completely and centered. A top and a left stripe of the photo is outside the screen.
    2. The buttons for switching to the next photos – forward and backward switching – are missed, also the “close” button.
    3. If i try to move the photo into the center of the screen, by moving the finger on the screen, it is possible, but after lift-up the finger from the screen the gallery will be closed.

    I use Samsung Galaxy Notes GT-N7000 with Android 4.1.2 and following browsers:
    – Internet (as a part of Android)
    – Firefox
    – Dophin Browser

    The rendering faults are effectively with all three browsers in the same manner..

    Is there any solution for this problem ? As the publisher of galleries – what can I do to help the visitors to have a fine photo gallery rendering ?

    #2487

    Rattus
    Keymaster

    This problem appears when you too much zoom in the page before open big image from the gallery.
    For mobile devices you can set maximum scale in meta viewport tag. Here is link where you can read more about this: http://webdesignerwall.com/tutorials/viewport-meta-tag-for-non-responsive-design

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