When viewing a Wikipedia article with Examples sidebar (such as this one ) on a mobile device, the sidebar is shown in the centre of the page, and above other content, whereas with the the desktop view, it is in the right (this is the expected behaviour).
Actually, that template uses
which contains style="float:right;...". However, in the mobile version, some CSS overwrites this with float: none !important;.
@Sjoerddebruin, not all mobile screens are small. For example, my iPad has a fairly large screen, and it looks weird when the examples are at the top of the page, before any other content, as opposed to at the side of it. Also, other boxes, such as infoboxes, are shown on the right of the screen, similarly to on a desktop.
BTW. I've added vertical-navbox class to this template now, which hides it fully, like any other navbox.. That too is something that should be considered to be limited devices below the tablet width btw...