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6:19 am, Feb 19 2019
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Hello all,

I'd like to request your help testing our new responsive site design. It should be optimized to work on mobile.

It's using a database that's about a month or so out of date, but it should have most of your user accounts there, and you should be able to login. New registrations are not enabled, however.

https://responsive.mangaupdates.com

Please let me know if you have any issues by replying to this thread.

Thanks!

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12:33 pm, Feb 19 2019
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Looks good. Is it intentional for the Latest Topics part to be missing from the news page?

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Post #767439 - Reply to (#767437) by Sinjid
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1:31 pm, Feb 19 2019
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It's missing on mobile because of its size, but I could probably figure out how to bring it back.

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4:02 pm, Feb 19 2019
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I thought that might be the case. Was just curious.

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Post #767446 - Reply to (#767441) by Sinjid
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2:46 am, Feb 20 2019
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I added it back.

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6:01 am, Feb 20 2019
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Ah, thank you.
I also just realized there's no way to access the weekly poll (unless I'm that blind).

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Post #767455 - Reply to (#767447) by Sinjid
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No, you're right. I'm actually still trying to figure out how to include that.

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IMO, the justification on the "Manga info" page looks disconcerting and long descriptions mess up the layout. It might be better to avoid the side-by-side description + image layout and display the image first with the description below it. The two col layout can resume below that.

Edit: Marking a comment useful on the Manga info page does not display a tick but instead just states "tickmark".

Post #767461 - Reply to (#767456) by Xenophon
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7:13 pm, Feb 20 2019
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Good suggestions. I'll try some of those out. Thanks!

Post #767466 - Reply to (#767456) by Xenophon
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Quote from Xenophon
IMO, the justification on the "Manga info" page looks disconcerting and long descriptions mess up the layout. It might be better to avoid the side-by-side description + image layout and display the image first with the description below it. The two col layout can resume below that.


So, I can't do something that drastic right now unfortunately. What I did instead was to add a "More"/"Less" button. I'll have to revisit this later. See CLAMP Anthology for an example:

https://responsive.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=2571

I fixed the tickmark issue

Post #767467 - Reply to (#767447) by Sinjid
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Ah, thank you.
I also just realized there's no way to access the weekly poll (unless I'm that blind).


I added a menu option for it in the sidepanel. What do you think?


Post #767471 - Reply to (#767467) by Manick
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12:08 pm, Feb 21 2019
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Looks ok for now though feels a bit off with all that empty space on the right since the text is aligned to left in the side panel. Do you think it would look better centered? In the end its just cosmetics so its up to you, just glad it works.

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Post #767517 - Reply to (#767471) by Sinjid
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Quote from Sinjid
Looks ok for now though feels a bit off with all that empty space on the right since the text is aligned to left in the side panel. Do you think it would look better centered? In the end its just cosmetics so its up to you, just glad it works.

I tried to get away with just using the same template from the side panel. I'll take a closer look.

Post #767521 - Reply to (#767517) by Manick
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6:36 pm, Feb 21 2019
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All good. Just voicing my opinion. Thanks though.

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10:54 am, Mar 12 2019
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For anyone that wants a smaller font size and padding, I cobbled together a small userscript that implements it:

https://pastebin.com/bAKLAVnp

It reduces the font size to 12 and sets the padding to what I think it was before. Install with Tampermonkey or something similar.

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