thanks for repley!
Unfortunately it's not to be fixed by simple CSS:
The Jameda script goes directly to a specific ID in the source code. If you go to https://cdn1.jameda-elements.de/widgets/siegel/81486304_1/1151621/, you will see that it contains the following:
const widgetContainerWithBadgeRowId = '#jameda-widget-container1151621';
Jameda searches for the element with the ID "jameda-widget-container1151621" in the source code and replaces this placeholder with the actual content.
However, due to the current structure of the page - desktop and mobile view have a completely different HTML structure - this element with this ID exists twice. In other words, the script (as programmed) only replaces the first placeholder it finds. In this case, it is the placeholder in the desktop view.
Do you think there's a fix possible in the near future?