Responsive Curve

Started by SMF Customization Team, April 20, 2015, 06:33:49 AM

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Antes

Time for another update :)

Version 1.0 Beta 4 - May 8 2015
! Stats page (action=stats) blank issue fixed and size increased
! Unread topic/posts issue fixed
! Profile stats now has bigger size
! Report to mod box width/height changed on small screen

Mr. Jinx

Very cool, thanks for this update! Installing it right away..

redsosis

Awesome....

Thanks a lot.

grimes

I've updated to beta 4 and lost responsiveness. The forum is also not "mobile-friendly" anymore. I reverted to beta 3, but no luck. Still not responsive.

Kindred

how did you update?
Did you UNINSTALL beta3 and the INSTALL beta4?
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Mr. Jinx

One of our forum members mentioned that on an ipad3 in portrait, the layout is 'too responsive'.
At 780px, the next level kicks in while the wider view would still be perfect at that resolution.

Default: media @ 780 (in responsive.css)


Changed too: media @ 780 (in responsive.css)



Antes

Can you please change.

@media screen and (max-width: 780px) {
to
@media screen and (max-width: 720px) {

coromi52

I there an easy way to update to this latest from the admin panel and upload? A bit confused on how to update it.

Thank you
Neewbie

Kindred

in the package manager

uninstall the previous version of the package

upload and install the new version
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Mr. Jinx

Quote from: Antes on May 08, 2015, 01:01:10 PM
Can you please change.
@media screen and (max-width: 780px) {
to
@media screen and (max-width: 720px) {

Yep that works fine.
ps: I am unable to modify my own posts?

Miker1029

Just wanted to report in, That this works on SMF 2.0.10, With the BackJack 2.0 Theme (Heavily Modded)  I went to My Google Dashboard and ran A Couple Checks And Seems to Be Fine...

But I also Went one step further and Added Mobile Detect, and a Black Mobile Theme from the creator of the BlackJack theme, All is working great...

Mike

redsosis

Hi, today my forum changes the layout by itself like this.

Any suggestion?

Kindred

That is what it is supposed to do, when you install this mod
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Mr. Jinx

Take a closer look. It is not supposed to look like that.

Kindred

Well, description is more helpful than "like this"

A URL is also helpful...
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Dav999

#116
On a mobile screen, the page content is wider than the screen in beta 4.

redsosis

Quote from: Kindred on May 09, 2015, 06:07:20 PM
Well, description is more helpful than "like this"

A URL is also helpful...

sorry for the lack of information...

www.audiophile-id.com

the page is wider than before.

Mr. Jinx

Take a look at Admin > Configuration > Theme & Layout >Theme Settings.
Click on your default Theme. Did you specify a fixed width? If so, try to remove it.

If that didn't work, try this:

Themes/default/css/index.css:

/* This division wraps the entire forum when a forum width is set. */
div#wrapper
{
   margin: 0 auto;
   min-width: 764px;
   max-width: 2300px;
}

Modify min-width to 320px;

Antes

Yea thanks for the tip, forgot to mention. If your forum has fixed width (like 900px - 1200px) responsive changes won't work because they are based on "% calculation".

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