responsiveness layout and advertisements

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  1. #1 tsquini, Nov 8, 2013
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    I am on a Samsung note 2. The banner ads screw up the responsiveness of the site. It scales the site to fit the banner ad size. This leaves the content very small. Can you place a 100% width on the banner ads so they don't break the page layout. Attached is a screen shot of what I see.
     

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    I will check into it. Google has a beta of responsive ads serving.......I will check that also.
     
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    Can you check to see if it's only the ad between the stickies and regular list that is doing that?

    If so, I can make that ad go away for members....
     
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    It seems to work right on my Nexus 7 android tablet - see enclosed.
    That's the same forum and basic listing as you have - I'm using chrome, of course.

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    there are 3 banner spots that are doing it top of the page under the stickies and at the bottom of the page. All of the 728 banner ads. You can wrap them in a div with a unique class and then it the css you can target the image too 100% width with a max-width of 728px.
     
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