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Forums wallpaper bug
#1
Forums wallpaper scrolling only works on the main page. 
Sub forums are cut off.
#2
(12-04-2018, 06:30 PM)FiGGY Wrote: Forums wallpaper scrolling only works on the main page. 
Sub forums are cut off.

Main forum:


Sub forum:

Interesting. I have not faced this issue on the dekstop version but have with the mobile since this theme really isn't built with a 'mobile-first' layout concept.

I've added


Code:
body, html {
     min-height: 100vh
}


Let me know if this issue persists or cutoff still happens on subforums
#3
(12-04-2018, 07:10 PM)✘² Wrote:
(12-04-2018, 06:30 PM)FiGGY Wrote: Forums wallpaper scrolling only works on the main page. 
Sub forums are cut off.

Main forum:


Sub forum:

Interesting. I have not faced this issue on the dekstop version but have with the mobile since this theme really isn't built with a 'mobile-first' layout concept.

I've added


Code:
body, html {
     min-height: 100vh
}


Let me know if this issue persists or cutoff still happens on subforums


It hasnt been fixed. i know mobile doesnt come first but i use it on mobile.
#4
(12-06-2018, 02:35 PM)FiGGY Wrote:
(12-04-2018, 07:10 PM)✘² Wrote:
(12-04-2018, 06:30 PM)FiGGY Wrote: Forums wallpaper scrolling only works on the main page. 
Sub forums are cut off.

Main forum:


Sub forum:

Interesting. I have not faced this issue on the dekstop version but have with the mobile since this theme really isn't built with a 'mobile-first' layout concept.

I've added


Code:
body, html {
     min-height: 100vh
}


Let me know if this issue persists or cutoff still happens on subforums


It hasnt been fixed. i know mobile doesnt come first but i use it on mobile.

We may/may not be switching themes. As much as I enjoy the aesthetic of this theme, not one ounce of it is mobile-responsive and alot of the css i've had to insert I consider 'hacks' and not really code that helps to make things responsive. So eventually we might just invest into a more modern-fitting theme if time does not allow for a complete re-imagining of the site's current CSS.
#5
well its fixed on pc so no worries.


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