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Not Solved Can't read forum on mobiles
#1
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Hello,

I'm new on MyBB boat! But I have an issue : I can't read my forum on mobile (6 inch screen), it is too small.

Is it possible to change that?

Thanks.
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#2
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change your phone? yes, is possible.
What goes around comes around
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#3
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Thanks for great support.
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#4
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Hi,

apart from Ashley1's joke, there are 2 ways of making your forum "responsive" (that adapts to mobile's screens):

1] Responsive Themes:

Al the themes of this list are responsive, choose the one you like, install it, and enjoy Wink :
https://community.mybb.com/mods.php?acti...ategory=30


2] Plugins:

Like GoMobile, Mobile MyBB, etc.You'll need to know how to "fix" them because or they are not supported anymore, or they'll will not work as expected.
I don't answer questions about localhost forums or forums without URL, I'm not a seer.  Cool
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#5
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(09-14-2018, 10:53 AM)NoRules Wrote: Hi,

apart from Ashley1's joke, there are 2 ways of making your forum "responsive" (that adapts to mobile's screens):

1] Responsive Themes:

Al the themes of this list are responsive, choose the one you like, install it, and enjoy Wink :
https://community.mybb.com/mods.php?acti...ategory=30


2] Plugins:

Like GoMobile, Mobile MyBB, etc.You'll need to know how to "fix" them because or they are not supported anymore, or they'll will not work as expected.

Pick option one... find a responsive theme that you like and install it. (best and only method)

Don't bother with option two because I have read many threads/posts on those kinds of plugins and they will cause more headaches for you. 
It's not worth your time or effort to install those plugins that were mentioned in option two.
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#6
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(09-13-2018, 08:15 AM)Ashley1 Wrote: change your phone? yes, is possible.

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#7
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You can use a good responsive theme as a workaround. MyBB 1.9 will have a responsive theme by default.
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