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Having a problem resizing calendar header in a table

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Last Modified: 2013-10-14
Hi,
I'm using a plugin for Wordpress called Event Organizer. There is a great full calendar shortcode.
Everything looks fine on desktop, but when I look at it in portrait view in iPhone the header hasn't resized. Is there anything I can do about that?

http://sandbox.intrepidrealist.com/selva-armonia/schedule/

Thanks!
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Thanks guys!
All three of you aided me here. A break down.

@COBOLdinosaur: I went to validate the page, (I plan on validating the entire site, maybe I should do this as I code!) a lot of the obsolete code is coming from plugins that I'm using. One being a testimonial plugin. Seems the guy is pretty old school in his coding practices...Might have to make my own in the future. At any rate, Your suggestion to reduce font size contributed to the solution.

@padas: I'm actually building the theme mobile first, so the main CSS is for mobile phone and media queries are targeting the desktop and tablets. Yet, your suggestion encouraged me to try pulling some of the mobile CSS down into the desktop media query.

@GaryC123: Spot on. Followed everything you said. I gave the padding a percentage instead of em and it works like a charm!  I'm a little bothered by the extra padding at bottom and top of icons and month/week buttons respectively, but I think I can live with it. I've anal-ized over this site far too much already.

Also, nice to get advice from the years top 3 CSS ninja gurus in one thread.
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maybe I should do this as I code!

It generally save time.  Nothing worse then having to go back and make markup changes because of a small error.

Seems the guy is pretty old school in his coding practices  

The biggest problem with obsolete code, is that it can stop working at anytime.  Once something is put into the obsolete classification, the browser manufacturers are free to drop support at any time and without warning.  Making something obsolete is basically a message to developers to quit using or pay a proce down the road.

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