How to add HTML to every page?

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asked Dec 5, 2017 by Charlie (7,170 points)

Greetings Twinemasters,

My game is not displaying properly on mobile devices, but I think I can fix it by adding this HTML tag to each page:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width*1.4,initial-scale=1, user-scalable=yes"/>

However...I can't figure out how to do that.  Can anybody help?

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answered Dec 5, 2017 by greyelf (73,450 points)
selected Dec 5, 2017 by Charlie
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notes: The SugarCube 2 story format already includes a viewport related meta element within the head secion of it's template. I won't comment on if the settings in your example meta element will meet your needs or not because I can't test them.

One way you can do what you want is to:
1. Generate your story HTML file via the Publish to File option.
2. Open your story HTML file within a Text Editor of your choice.
3. Locate the existing viewport related meta element, it should be the sixth line of the HTML file.
4. Edit the content property of the existing element until it meets your needs.
5. Save the modified HTML file.

commented Dec 5, 2017 by Charlie (7,170 points)
Perfect, thank you Greyelf!
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