I’ve been having problems with a cookie consent form from my ad network loading the box too wide on my mobile site. They have written back and told me the following:
overflow: visible !important is causing a child element to be able to overflow the parent container’s width.
The publisher should analyze why that’s there and if they need to make any other considerations to make sure their content is all responsive.
In this case at least one child element on the page is not properly styled for a responsive site so the media query fails for the popup’s CSS:
Note: if the publisher just sets this to
overflow: hidden it fixes the consent form issue, but they really should figure out which element is the root cause and properly style it, as this may cause content to be cut off.
I don’t know where to look to change any of this so thought it would just be easier to ask here. What do I need to do to fix this problem? According to the ad network it only happens in EU/EEA countries and not in the US.