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Mobile: Advanced Forum Statistics to Forum Home Page

For mobile users, I have just added a "first beta" Advanced Forum Statistics to the home page on mobile using CSS overflow:auto; so you can swipe if you need to see more. Google Search Console mobile usability says this page is "mobile friendly" so perhaps this will be useful for some of our mobile users:


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Added some basic Bootstrap classes to the mobile stats:

Normal mode:

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Landscape mode:

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Scrolling / swiping left and right with normal phone swiping gestures on mobile.....

Note: I may convert this very old legacy HTML code from table elements to div elements sometime in the future and, at that time, will change the layout for the three sections from a horizontal row of three tables in a table row to vertical stack of three div elements.
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Swipe gesture looking good.

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Swipe gesture looking good.
Thanks Akshay,

I added that little swipe gesture icon as an afterthought when I was finishing up the formatting.

The stats seems to add a lot to the mobile home page, for sure.
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One issue I noticed while posting screenshot now. I had to switch to desktop view to see advanced options to add attachments.

Probably iframe modal would be nice.
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One issue I noticed while posting screenshot now. I had to switch to desktop view to see advanced options to add attachments.

Probably iframe modal would be nice.
Good idea.

I will put that on the TODO list to port the attachment uploading modal from the desktop to mobile.

I also plan more CSS formatting changes to mobile and other mobile code optimizations.

Thanks again, Akshay!

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Hi if you wrap forums like operating systems, top forums inside bootstrap panels ( card class in bootstrap 4 ) would look even better.
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