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    I have created a custom theme based on the Genesis sample-theme provided by Studiopress. It looks great on my large monitor but when it is viewed on a laptop the layout forces the menu into two lines and some of the photos down below text that they should be side by side with. I would like the page to simply “zoom out” when viewed on a laptop. It seems that I can accomplish this with the viewport meta tag, but I’m having trouble grasping how to do this. Any guidance would be very much appreciated.


    As you posted this over a month ago, I hope you were able to get your issue resolved.

    If not, please check back in, and I will escalate.

    If your issue was resolved, please mark it as resolved, so it can be closed.


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    I have the same problem, nobody can tell me how to keep the navigation on one line and the sidebar in place when resizing.



    I never did figure this out. I set the menu fonts smaller in the @viewport section of the css and that worked to keep everything in the same place but I never found how to easily make the whole page shrink when the window get smaller.



    I went back to my old theme, incredibly frustrating. Someone needs to make a plugin to manage viewports.

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