Steps to reproduce
- Open responsive web page, e.g. https://www.microsoft.com/pl-pl/
- Resize browser’s window to its minimum width.
- Observe that page is incorrectly rendered, it’s resized for larger width then browser’s window.
Minimum correctly supported width is ~372px.
Minimum browser window width is ~320px.
Comments and activity
- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Assigned To to “James M.”
Changed Assigned To to “bbrinza”
Changed Status to “Site Outreach”
It’s up to page to support small sizes, not Edge. Not sure why this was reported to us.
Nope. I can confirm this issue is related to Edge, not particular websites. Take blank page with only 3 lines of code and no CSS:
Open it in F12, and resize the browser window down to it’s smallest. You’ll be at about 320px. Inspect the html element, go to the Computed tab, and look at its width --> 372px.
In other words, Edge renders the page at a minimum of 372px wide even when resized smaller.
Same happening here. For example if you use @media (max-width: 372px) the query will work, anything below that width wont.
For sizes smaller than 372px, web pages are not renderer correctly.
It’s seems that edge browser don’t resize, or dispatch the resize event.
Other browser do it correctly for all sizes