Responsive mobile vertical scroll issue

Sometimes when you see your pages on the mobile, the page ended up with an undesired extra space to the right. (It slides from the left to the right). In this article, you will learn how to avoid this issue.

Why does this issue happen?

Basically, the main reason for this issue happening is that the content of the page has a bigger width than the device’s width.

For example, the mobile device’s width is 375px, but there is an element having more than 375px, so you have to scroll horizontally to see the full element.

In some cases, if you set the negative margin-left and right for an element, it can cause this issue.

How to fix this issue?

Step 1: Open the Custom Code Editor

Navigate to the bottom left corner, hover over it to see feature Add custom Code popping up, and make a left-click.

Step 2: Paste the Custom CSS code

And then, go to this link https://pastebin.com/raw/bX9fuhdK to get the code and paste it into the Custom CSS box like the image below

Click on the Save change button and publish the page to see the result.

Note the code above only works on the mobile device, if the issue happens on other devices (Still including in the mobile device), you can use this code https://pastebin.com/raw/n7MGDbMe and also paste it into the Custom CSS box.

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