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I have some problemus with my responsive demo at

EbolaSentry.com

And need some advice. BUT I suspect the code is blocked from public view. Is that true? If so, how do I unblock it?

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BUT I suspect the code is blocked from public view

Which code?
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Looks to be responsive to me.
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Looks to be responsive to me too.
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Aside from it being responsive, my browser's requests for all the content, including your javascripts have been successful.  In otherwords your site's javascript is public
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As you can see below, all your scripts have loaded fine.

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I had thought it was private since when I right-clicked I did not get the normal "Inspect Element" menu item. So I want to make it pubic so I could ask questions on EE about how to fix certain things.

Is being public the normal way to be? Is there a way to make it private?
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What???
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Your map is in an iframe, so it's a little extra work to get the scripts but you can certainly do it. I just clicked there and went to View Frame Source in Firefox.
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I had thought it was private since when I right-clicked I did not get the normal "Inspect Element" menu item
That's because the javascript within the iframe doesn't let you right click.  however if you want to see the content, (in chrome) open up the developer tools,  and use the magnifying glass and then mouseover the content.  You'll see it being highlighted and left clicking will select the element in the inspector.
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