I love this one. There are so many websites which would have been functional (if a bit annoying) if they just showed the desktop view on mobile, but they explicitly added <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"> yet their HTML/CSS assumes the screen is wider than a phone screen. The “correct” solution would’ve been less work, yet they actively work to fuck it up.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">
My guess is that these people just copied a template and didn’t really think about what the boilerplate does.
I’ve been laughing at the shopping list now containing:
Great site. It’s good to see others are bothered by the same UI issues I am. This kind of thing will never go away, but at least we get to laugh about it while it drives us mad.