The website doesn't looke so great with small screens.
Actually, it starts to break at 1024x768 :P !
Definetely need some help with that.
Working to add a minimally functional responsive stylesheet.
See pull request #316
Thanks code-po8. This is definitely a improvement on the right direction.
If you would like to keep helping with our css, please let me know, I'd love to talk about future plans.
Hi. I'd like to pay out my offered USD 20. May I have a look at the implementation of he responsive stylesheet somewhere? I seem to remember there is a staging server?
It's already in production.
It's far from perfect, but it does make the website a bit more usable than before.
Anyway I want to keep #247 open until we rebuild FS front end from scratch, using a mobile first approach.
Overall, the site reflows and behaves nicely in a resized desktop browser window but not on chrome on my Android phone.
1. Menu behind other page elements. z-ordering issue.
2. Mobile device uses default 980px width since there's no meta viewport definition
I would be happy to work on those 2 issues, but I'm not sure how to test my changes locally from my android device. I'm open to suggestions.
You can simulate a mobile device from Chrome. Ctrl+Shift+C to bring up the Developer Tools. Ctrl+Shift+M to toggle mobile simulation.
See pull request #317
It's up. Now that the viewport is right, the responsivity problems are more evident :-)
Ah, sorry, my phone still had the old css cached. It looks a lot better after a refresh!
This is far better. 10px++ left/right padding on the entire site (except menu) will make it completely clear that there are no elements or words that have been cut off beyond the left/right sceen edge. I'll add a screenshot soon for clarification.
Offer paid, BTW :)
No padding/margin on left/right edge of page :)
<img src=“https://www.dropbox.com/s/4o1iisy70ghhibj/Screenshot_2015-03-03-06-16-58.png?dl=1” />
(The image is only visible in the editor preview… it seems…
I can make it responsive if you need.
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