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Issue with mobile (responsive) column width and ul and ol font sizes

edited January 7 in Theme support
On my site, in mobile view, the columns have a right padding that is pushing the content too far to the left. Inspector just shows an inline element style with:

padding: 20px 20% 0 10px;

Turning it off alleviates the issue, but I cannot find what to target.

Why is this happening and what can I do do change it?

Also, the ol and ul elements are showing up too large in places (on mobile). How do I fix that? I would assume that these elements would obey the same size setting for the sizes determined in the content size of typefaces sizes.

Your help is much appreciated.



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  • Ok. Thank you. I removed that padding from those columns: 20px 20% 0 10px

    Can you provide insight about my OL and UL elements showing up larger on Mobile? Or  Not adapting to Font reduction on mobile?

  • Never mind: I just removed the CSS styling that I had for lists:

    /* TYPOGRAPHY */
    ul li {color: #000;font-size: 20px; line-height: 28px;


    I think maybe it was needed at one point. Did this theme always have the OL and UL follow the same size as the content size? Perhaps something you fixed?


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