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Im trying to figure out how to setup a simple website for a mobile and tablet.

I made a simple site which says "Hello world", however when I view it on a tablet or mobile I have to zoom in to see the page, however when I goto a mobile site, I don't have to zoom in

How can I code a simple mobile site, just to say "Hello world"?

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I wish I had time to write some long grand convoluted explanation! But basically you just need to setup view-port sizes in your CSS file.

W3 Article on Viewport

There are plenty of examples out there for it though. Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance at this time.
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