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Hello colleagues!

My webpage displays fine in desktop, tablet and smartphone screens.

Some days ago Google Search Console warned me about Mobile Usability problem:
"Visibility window is not defined"

So, I put the HTML the following meta tag in the HEAD section:

CODE -->

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> 

And the problem with that error ("Visibility window is not defined") at the Google Search Console was solved.

But a worse problem arose, as I have in my webpage the code:


<iframe style="border:none" src="avisocadascadupg.htm" height="120" width="700"></iframe> 

The browser in a smartphone to display 700 pixels wide (width="700") in the defined window for the content of avisocadascadupg.htm takes half the screen, another half is cut!
And some other contents of the page are also cut!

Thank you,

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