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Website improvements, including mobile

Posted by Doctacosa on 10 April 2019 at 13:32 [Link]

I've pushed a series of improvements to the website to polish up the new version that was launched in January. These include higher resolution images for mobile and 4K display users, corrections to the sidebar and improved navigation among other things.

I've received little feedback on the website changes since the last revamp, and I'd like to hear from you, especially if you're viewing the site on your phone or tablet. Is there anything that stands out, in good or bad ways? Something that'd still need to be improved on? Please reply to this post to let me know!


I apologize for not getting back to you on the requested screenshots of my issues; too much else has been on my mind. But this is what I've been seeing on my phone, and it hasn't particularly changed with the new update:

That's interesting. Thanks for the screenshots, they make thing more obvious.

Have you disabled Javascript, or enabled some super-strict privacy settings that could have an effect related to that? There's a minimal amount of Javascript required to toggle these elements on and off, and in this case, it looks like that part didn't load or start properly.

If you tap the menu icon at the left (in the main header), does the menu turn on and off, or it's stuck there?

The red one or the black one? The red one is only present on portrait orientation, but does toggle there. The black one is present in both but doesn't toggle in either case.

If there are any relevant settings I can adjust, I don't see where.

Edited by Pteryx on April 12, 2019 at 10:09:10

If the top toggles, then Javascript is working to some degree. That's even more interesting. If you're willing to work with me, I'd like to narrow this down and put a proper fix in place.

I've built a test case, can you open this on your phone and see what happens?

What should happen: tapping any of the #1 to #4 elements will increase a counter indicating how many times you tapped each element, while #5 and #6 will vanish for a second before coming back. This works for me on 3 different mobile browsers. If you're getting anything different, then we're on to something!

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