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Small site in mobile version

I just bought a domain here, but the site is small in mobile view, but not the original address. Why is that and how do I change that?

 

http://npfifokus.se

https://npfifokus.wixsite.com/npfifokus

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Re: Small site in mobile version

Masking relies on obsolete code and can cause problems on modern websites.  I'd generally recommend only using Forwarding with 301 or 302 redirects (no masking).

 

The proper way to associate a domain with it's website is with either namservers or DNS records.  With Wix a Premium Plan is required for these options.

https://support.wix.com/en/article/connecting-a-domain-purchased-elsewhere

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Re: Small site in mobile version

Masking relies on obsolete code and can cause problems on modern websites.  I'd generally recommend only using Forwarding with 301 or 302 redirects (no masking).

 

The proper way to associate a domain with it's website is with either namservers or DNS records.  With Wix a Premium Plan is required for these options.

https://support.wix.com/en/article/connecting-a-domain-purchased-elsewhere

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Re: Small site in mobile version

But you have to have Premium then, right? I don't plan to have that. 

 

I feel tricked by Go Daddy. 😞

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Re: Small site in mobile version

@MalinGoDaddy lets you point the domain wherever you want, it is a requirement from Wix that you have a Premium Plan with them.

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Re: Small site in mobile version

I just wish GoDaddy was clear about that from the start.

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Re: Small site in mobile version

I am not sure what you're suggesting.  It is the 3rd party provider you're using that wants you to have an upgraded plan with them to be able to use it with a domain.