Discussion in 'Suggestions & Feedback' started by Steve, Sep 18, 2014.
How do you know if you can't see it?
Sure. I've highlighted the approximate area of the "hidden" portions of the banner in red (square) and the area most prone to accidental clicks in red (oval).
You are predictable. I was waiting for someone to ask me that.
Since the enable/disable process is a one click process I temporary disabled the edit to take a look and see what steve did. It's now back on, that edit I made.
I believe that's due to the way it's centered. I'll see about fixing it.
You say that like it's a bad thing.
Well... I normally run ad blockers and CSS tweakers so I rarely see ad's anywhere I go, but in this case the box and the link where the ad resides was still present, making it an invisible land mine of sorts. I could easily take care of it, but have been too lazy to do it.
Off-topic - but I see your new avatar ==>
Style failure on this Portrait desktop monitor in the search section.
The search bar is too low.
Alert is a bit hidden too.
I will emphasize this is a non-standard monitor setup (Portrait).
What is the resolution?
I dont expect it to work on this monitor. It's just a FYI.
Zok..I see some inconsistencies with some resolutions. May have to revisit the user bar when time permits.
Here's vBulletin 5 on it.
And IPB4 on it.
Both of them are horrible.
I really dont like this.
But I dont like this either.
Xenforo co-mingling of Logging in and Registering is a failure.
Sadly I think vB5 has a better login than Xenforo.
The default Xenforo one is the worst ....
All this **** in the middle.
I'm logged into TAZ on Firefox so I opened IE to see what it looked like there... it's worse. The blue gradients on the "Log In" and "Register" buttons look terrible, and there is insufficient whitespace to the left of the "LOG IN" title.
That's too much blue for Firefox. That looks horrid.
Easy fix, don't use IE.
You should code a new login form
But I agree ... it looks IE-ish.
if someone clicks Log in ... take them to a Login screen
if someone clicks Sign up ... take them to a Sign up screen.