Those of you who read my articles on a tablet or an iphone will hopefully notice a lot of improvement (and more is coming!). I made some changes today to make the site's code a lot more "responsive" to the size of the screen that you're using. So if you are visiting on a tablet or smart phone, you might notice:
- The logo/navbar is a lot smaller, therefore not taking up half of your screen
- The 'tabs' are now accessible through a pulldown. There appears to be a lot of bugginess in the code that I stole from Twitter for this; the first time you trigger the menu, some of the stuff "behind" the menu pops through. subsequent triggers seem to work correctly. I am hoping the next version of Twitter's bootstrap fixes this. If not, I'll have to roll the sleeves up and get my hands dirty in jQuery.
- The sidebar is now gone on articles pages if you are on mobile/tablet, so you get a lot more screen real estate to read with.
Coming soon are improvements to the stats pages! I know in particular the comparison engine is kind of tough to use on a phone. I'm working on it. Erm, that is, every couple of weeks, I work on it.