Watch this video on setting up and providing access to your Media Center:
If you currently have Media Center embedded within your Site (compact or full) you will need to use new embed code (replace what you currently have) so that it is at the proper size for your page, and it will be fully responsive when your page is displayed within a mobile device (smaller screens).
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you provide a direct link that opens your Media Center its own Window or Tab when clicked. Even if you have the Media Center’s iFrame actually embedded within your site, it is still a good idea to provide this external link option (perhaps a simple link / button below the embedded Media Center).
Reason: Some websites and devices will handle the iFrame embed code differently and this may produce less favorable results for certain viewers. For example to avoid scrolling within the embedded iFrame be sure to allow for a lot of extra space (iFrame height) to accommodate the taller Media Center when it is collapsed into one long column (a narrow screen makes it longer).
If you currently link to a full page Media Center in its own page, just make sure the “Look/Theme” is where you want it to be. The link will simply load in the new Media Center once activated within your Studio.