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make the BrowZine widget responsive.

The current widget design is not responsive for viewing on mobile devices.

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  • HOW TO UPDATE YOUR WIDGET TO THE RESPONSIVE WIDTH:

    We are happy to announce that the responsive widget option is now available! This enhancement will enable the widget width to automatically adjust to the size of the containing space (column, panel, etc).

    To create a brand new responsive widget, please go to http://thirdiron.com/widget/. For the responsive (full width) option, select "100% (responsive)" in the Output Size selector.

    If you have an existing widget, you may update this to the responsive sizing option by making two small edits to the widget code:

    1) Locate this link near the beginning of the code: //thirdiron.com/widget2/browzineWidget.php
    Change it to: //thirdiron.com/widget2-dev/browzineWidget.php

    2) Locate the size attribute, which appears shortly after the code in #1: &size=190 or &size=400 or &size=500
    Change it to: &size=0

    If you have an existing widget that was created using an iframe workaround that is being hosted on our server, please send an email to support@thirdiron.com with a request to update your widget to the responsive sizing option.

    Please send a message to support@thirdiron.com if you have questions or need assistance with any of these options.

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