@scibuff, I've just updated/converted my WordPress website theme to a 'responsive' WordPress theme called Fluid, so that it displays correctly on mobile devices.
I'm slowly customising the theme... all was going well until I noticed that the FaceBook Comments plugin 'WP Connect' is not displaying the FaceBook Comments iframe plugin correctly. This is because the plugin only gives the option to adjust it's width by setting a fixed width in pixels in the wp admin section. What I need is to be able to set it as a percentage, but that is currently not available using this plugin.
I've noticed that a lot of other people have had the same issue, and I've seen a few solutions such as this one: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7447483/how-to-make-facebook-comments-widget-a-fluid-width
but, these solutions don't seem to work on my site, I'm assuming because there is a conflict between the JS/PHP generated inline styles and the CSS used by the Fluid theme, which I am now trying to crack...
WordPress Theme: http://themefit.com/responsive-wordpress-themes/fluid/
WordPress Plugin: http://wp-connect.tomasvorobjov.com/ (Version 2.0.3)