Website export: Reduce width of navigation pane

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mfelix
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Website export: Reduce width of navigation pane

Post by mfelix » Wed Jan 30, 2019 11:54 am

I would like to reduce the size of the navigation tree pane on the left.

Could anyone please tell me how to do this ?

Playing around with user.css didn't seem to help....

Thanks !

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Post by Petko » Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:44 pm

It seems that there is a bug, which prevents you changing the tree width via CSS (the #tree width attribute). It will be fixed ASAP in the next build of MyInfo 6.37.

However, please also note that the exported web site keeps its width in a cookie, so you will be able to set only the initial width of the tree. In subsequent visits the tree width may be different if the users changed the width via the splitter between the tree and the document.

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Post by mfelix » Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:09 am

Thanks Petko, for the quick reply.
I will try then again with the next fix release.

My problem here is that on my mobile phone in the browser I cannot move the splitter at all.
So I wanted it tho have a proper setting right from the start.

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Post by Petko » Mon Feb 04, 2019 7:33 pm

There is new build of MyInfo 6.37 available, which should fix this issue (you should be able to change the width by editing the #tree CSS rule width).

As for the splitter, I will check that. Probably will need to change the splitter library as it is quite old now..

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Post by mfelix » Wed Feb 20, 2019 9:26 am

Thanks Petko ! I can now set the initial size of the navigation tree panel.
The splitter still cannot be moved, but this is of no great concern for me at the moment.

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