Chrome not loading website correctly

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Website loads find on mobile device and safari but Chrome the page is too big. I don't know where in the homestead site builder page to go to fix this issue.
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What's your website address?
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I would set the width narrower, otherwise it looks good!
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Sometimes a keystroke you're not aware of can change the zoom function of the browser. The zoom will stay enabled on that specific website until the browser zoom is changed. In the upper right corner of chrome there are 3 up & down dots. There you can find the zoom function.
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Just visited the site. On my chrome browser it appears that the header is a bit too wide. Half the logo and the contact links shows but I only see a bit of blue for what's far left. On the right side the F & P buttons show but only about 1/4-1/3 of the far right button is visible. Depending which builder you're using you may need to move the buttons and logo a bit more towards the center. Is that what you were referring to?
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Hello,

I did pull up the website on a few devices and it looks fine. If you are seeing some devices that may be displaying too big I would first check the zoom settings, as Steve mentioned, to make sure that window is not zoomed in. Second would be to adjust your content in the builder. You can downsize the images and logos and pull some of the elements closer to the center. When building you do want to try to keep the information in between the vertical dotted lines for the best responsiveness on different size monitors and screens. 
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Thanks guys! Got it working correctly.
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Perfect!

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