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Is the calendar responsive?
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It may depend on the style calendar you are publishing. Care to post a link?
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I am also wondering about my calendar having responsive design. I am using a wordpress theme that is responsive although it seems as if my calendar is not responding.

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Can I ask what behavior you are expecting? When I re-size your page, I see the calendar dynamically re-size to fit, down to the point where the page is so small, the calendar can't shrink any further because of the data it contains.

Does this match what you see? Do you think it should perform otherwise?
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I do see that the calendar resizes when I resize the browser which is great. The problem I'm running into is viewing the calendar on a smartphone (using iphone 5) when I hold it in a vertical position. The calendar displays but I'm forced to scroll around to see the whole thing. I was wondering if there is a way to get the entire calendar in the viewing window on a mobile device.
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Ah; the classic "10lb of bologna in a 5lb bag" problem smile

A month-block view is never going to fit on a mobile device correctly. Are you suggesting we automatically detect that and switch to something like a month-list view?
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That would be a great fix! Can you do a media query that if it detects a screen smaller than, say 720 × 1280 to display as a list rather than a block calendar?

Thanks!

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Yes; but we'll have to explore this as an Optional setting.
I'll pass it along to the dev team, but there is a lot of vacation this week w/ the holiday.
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