Prose Theme width modifications make it non-responsive

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    Hi I am using prose theme for my website. I have custom sidebars installed as a widget.
    I have changed the width of the primary and secondary sidebars.
    All is working well, apart from my website’s responsive design is not displaying correctly now.
    Does changing the width of sidebars affect the responsiveness of the pose template?
    My custom css is as follows:

    /** Do not remove this line. Edit CSS below. */

    /*Format the text in primary and secondary sidebars*/
    .sidebar, .sidebar p {
    color: #666;
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif ;
    font-size: 12px;

    /*Reduce the side of the content area from 730px containing the primary sidebar to accomodate the increased width of the secondary sidebar*/
    #content-sidebar-wrap {
    width: 680px;

    /*Reduce the width of the primary sidebar from 280px*/
    .sidebar {
    width: 250px;

    /*Increase the width of the secondary sidebar from 140px*/
    #sidebar-alt {
    width: 190px;

    /* remove background and border of the primary sidebar images*/
    .avatar, .featuredpage img, .featuredpost img, .post-image {
    background-color: #fff;
    border: none;

    /* set the colour of the menu area background*/
    #subnav {
    background-color: #378220;

    /*set menu button background colour to green*/
    #subnav li a {
    background-color: #378220;
    color: #fff;
    text-decoration: none;

    /*set visited menu button area to orange*/
    #subnav li a:hover, #subnav li a:active, #subnav .current_page_item a, #subnav .current-menu-item a {
    background-color: #DA5202;

    I am unable to show you the life site as it is password-protected.

    Thank You



    As long as there are responsive rules to override the defaults then it shouldn’t matter

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