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By wayneward, Member on 11th March 2015, 09:34 PM
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hi ive tried to ask this question on ask ubuntu but wont let me post it
i want to make a new web app for a site but the site displays bigger than the browser
can i add a constraint to make it fit the page to the window or would this be done on the web site site
like a mobile url thats coded for it...

many thanks

Wayne
 
 
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Which website do you refer to?
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Which website do you refer to?

i do my accounts with it so will make web app
im sure it will be fine on the nexus 7 but bigger than the mobile screen
ive asked the coders of the website if they have a web based url which may render better as well

https://my.waveapps.com/login/
12th March 2015, 10:52 PM |#4  
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i do my accounts with it so will make web app
im sure it will be fine on the nexus 7 but bigger than the mobile screen
ive asked the coders of the website if they have a web based url which may render better as well

https://my.waveapps.com/login/

Sadly, I don't think there is much you can do if the website does not provide a mobile version. If it does, use that site's URL.
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Sadly, I don't think there is much you can do if the website does not provide a mobile version. If it does, use that site's URL.

yes ive asked them to provide a url then ill do the web app

thankyou nikwen
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