Problem with viewport element of meta tag


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I created a small, simple Test.docx file on Google Docs from my original, large Autobiog.docx by copying the first paragraph into Notepad++ and then back into Google Docs, to remove all formatting.

I downloaded Test.docx from Google Docs as Test.html then used Notepad++ to insert the
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
after the tag for head.

I renamed the file to AutoBiog.html and ran it from my website using my Huawei P30 smart phone. Here how it appeared...

Screenshot_20220104_110035_com.android.chrome2.jpg


It is similar on each of my other smart devices - S4 mini, Tab E, and ZTE tablet. It seems apparent to me that this is not right. For years up until a few days ago the viewport occupied a left justified, almost-full section of the screen.

I am running Win 10, IIS 10 on my home computer. Website is

I am wondering if anyone else has come across this, and if there is an explanation and hopefully a fix.
 
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