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Weird responsiveness issue

When I load up the website that I've been making by following the "Build a Simple Website" lesson on mobile, it looks as if I had a large window open, but the image is shrunk down to fit the screen. I don't know if i can type HTML here to show you some screenshots, but I'll give it a try. If you can't see them, just follow the src attribute. ;)

This is mobile: Mobile version of site, look shrunk to about half the size of the desktop version <img src="http://i.imgur.com/mfHJnGN.png">

This is desktop, with a similarly sized window: Desktop version, looks normal.

I ASSUME that this is an issue with the retina display on my test phone, but how can I make it appear like it would without the retina (if that is indeed the problem)?

Thanks! Matt