From your computer, are you having an issue seeing the site in "Full Desktop View" (left) instead of "Zoomed View" (right) as shown below?



[Left hand side is correct Full Desktop View.  Right hand side is a Zoomed View for smaller desktop monitors and some mobile devices.]

Please click on the appropriate accordion below to solve your issue by adjusting your default screen view.

Below Information from: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph11488

If you have difficulty seeing or reading items on the screen, you can use Accessibility preferences to magnify items on the screen. You can zoom the entire screen or zoom the area that has keyboard focus in a separate window.

Set up zoom

  1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Accessibility, and then click Zoom.
  2. Do either of the following:
    • To zoom with keyboard shortcuts, select “Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom.”

    • To zoom with your mouse or trackpad, select “Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom.”

  3. Choose where the magnified content appears with the Zoom Style pop-up menu.

    To display it in a window near the mouse cursor, choose Picture-in-picture. To display it on the entire screen, choose Fullscreen.

  4. To set options for zoom or the zoom window, click More Options.

    More Options panel

You can also turn on zooming by pressing Command (⌘)-Option (⌥)-F5 and selecting options in the Zoom section.

Zoom with keyboard shortcuts

To zoom in, press Command (⌘)-Option (⌥)-Equal Sign (=). To zoom out, press Command (⌘)-Option (⌥)-Minus Sign (-).

If you chose Picture-in-picture zooming, a window appears near the mouse cursor with the magnified image. If you chose the Fullscreen zooming, the entire screen displays the magnified image.

Zoom with a mouse or trackpad

To zoom in and out, hold down the modifier key you specified while you perform the scroll gesture.

For example, if you have a trackpad and used the default settings, zoom in by holding down the Control (^) key while you drag two fingers up on the trackpad. Zoom out by holding down the Control key while you drag two fingers down on the trackpad.

If you chose Picture-in-picture zooming, a window appears near the mouse cursor with the magnified image. If you chose Fullscreen zooming, the entire screen displays the magnified image.

Below information from: http://www.wikihow.com/Zoom-in-on-a-PC

To zoom in on a browser, go to "View", then "Zoom In". You can also press and hold the Ctrl key, then scroll with your mouse's scroll wheel or laptop's trackpad. Another option is to press the Ctrl and the + keys. If you have a PC, you can use the Magnifier tool, which is under Accessibility in your Accessories.

1. In any browser, you can go to View >> Zoom In to magnify what's present on the screen.

2. Using the Mouse and Keyboard - Use the scroll wheel on your mouse. Press and hold the Ctrl key; then scroll up with your mouse's scroll wheel or laptop's trackpad to zoom in. 

Alternatively, press and hold the Ctrl key, then press + to zoom in.

3. Return your zoom to default. Press Ctrl and then the 0 (zero) key to return the screen to its original/normal magnification.

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