So I'm building up a test site for a client on a folder on my website:
Once it's done, it'll be switched over to a new live server. The site has a fixed width which I'm actually specifying with PHP (the stylesheet uses PHP, but caches it, don't worry). So when I'm specifying the width of the site, I'm using this $pagewidth variable, and it's 1000px. All is well in testing. I just download chrome on my iPad, and test the site. What the hell??
The site is compacted. The tractor is pushed slightly inwards, but still sits at the left-most edge. The little things on the right on the home page that say about consultancy and contacting us etc. spill onto a new line. Same goes for Safari on the iPad. I then test it on another, older computer in the house, and have the same result.
I've never come across a situation like this, where a fixed width website renders differently on different screens.