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Discussion in 'Site and Forum Feedback' started by iigsie, Jan 21, 2013.
It's a moronic decision.
What do you mean by that? I can use Safari and its zoom function (CMD++ and CMD+- on the homepage just fine. Maybe tell us what browser and version and Mac OS X version you use? But only maybe.
On my ipad I mean
Which iPad (iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad mini), which iOS version (iOS 4, iOS 5, iOS 6) and which browser (too many to count)?
Sorry, I guess you mean Safari on iOS 6.0.x, as I can repeat that behaviour there.
On the forum homepage? When using the mobile site there isn't really a reason to zoom in. If you do need to zoom in fur some reason, you can switch to the full site by clicking "Desktop (Full) Version" at the bottom. The full site can zoom in.
You should be able to now.
Also, iPad is intended to be viewed in "Fixed" (default)
THANK YOU! (using the iPhone here)
I never understood why people disable it for normal iPhone-formatted websites anyway. I get disabling it for webapps, which makes sense, but for iPhone formatted websites? Dumb.
I presume this was just an oversight, but to have it disabled intentionally is the height of developer arrogance.
was the entire homepage in a div?
not sure what this question is about?
Not sure if this is related or not, but the homepage text is squeezed into a very small column on my iPhone now when viewed in the mobile version. I have to view the homepage in the standard view to be able to read it.
yes, I know what a span and div is. I don't understand the reason for the question.
The homepage is made up of many divs. You can look at it yourself. Being in a div doesn't affect the zoomability. So I don't see how the question has anything to do with anything.