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Website Designing Company

Hi guys

I'm running into a problem with my new website. On my own mobile device (iPhone) my current website is responsive. On other devices, it apparently is not always the case.

Could some of you, if you have the time, check out the website on your own device and let me know if it is responsive to the device you are using.

The website is: websitedrona(dot)com

Appreciate all the help from the viewers!

Post was last edited on October 28, 2019 1:53 AM PDT

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Re: site

In stead of deleting your post or your link, as I would do normally, I decided to let it stand, to warn our members.

A web design company, that doesn't know how to make a responsive site and doesn't have the necessary different hardware to test it (like a Mac, a Windows PC, an iPhone and iPad and a few Android devices of different screensizes) can't be taken seriously.
So any of their posts that shows their incompetency should stay!

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Have to admit it.

This post stands as a warning to those that may think to use this company.

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you never know...

Hey admin, I bet the chances are, they put this there so they could get free advertisement. However, if that's the case, it backfired on them....

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