Full screen mode in mobile devices

Posted on 2012-09-12
Last Modified: 2012-09-19

Can someone help me with making my apsx page fit full screen.  Currently my mobile site is designed smaller so it fits approximately on an iphone.  But the problem, is that when the user comes to this aspx page, it sits small in the top left corner.  They have to expand it to make it the right size.  

I am trying to avoid people having to do this.  Any thoughts on how this can be done.

Question by:jgomez1964
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    by:Jaime Olivares
    You should set the body width and height to the window size. This may help:
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    Try adding the following META tag!

    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width" />

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    Hope it helps u...

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