Today we enabled a new CSS system for all the new sites (tatring, pethelpful, etc but NOT hubpages.com). This system should make us more productive going forward but there should be no visible changes. That said, we may have missed something so if you notice something please reply to this post or start a new one in Technical Questions. Examples of possible issues could be a link changing color, the spacing seeming off with an element on the page or the size on mobile being way too big (or small).
Eight years... Excepting for two, I was generally booted out in less than a year; I understood. As for CSS, my obsolescence continues; though maybe I'll work up the energy to poke HP with a stick if I find something.
If they're not using CSS templates they have comprehensively designed prior to implementation what on earth are they doing?
Making it up as they go along?
(i.e. I didn't mean templates pre-designed by anybody else. I meant that all sites which state they are fully responsive use pre-designed templates which are tested before being let loose on the public)
Tim, I already noticed a difference that might be a problem. When viewing hubs on my iPad, Text on HubPages can be resized by spending two fingers on the screen in either landscape or portrait mode. But this function no longer works on the niche sites in landscape mode. The text stays small. However, in portrait mode I can enlarge the text this way, expect that if I try to make it too large it gets an error saying "a problem occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded."
That then is a CSS template which is not fully responsive.
Inadequate for purpose and in relation to the competition.
I now write (proper magazine) articles and give talks on websites and social media for artists and the one big message I bang on repeatedly about to all those who are currently contemplating transferring existing sites or creating new sites from scratch is "make sure whichever site you choose for your content uses fully responsive CSS templates'.
That means in * EVERY DIMENSION * on WHATEVER SIZE SCREEN * of EVERY DEVICE it is viewed on.
Instead of being addicted to the Stats page and getting frustrated by its inefficiency, I suggest we get rid of hub scores and hubber scores and stats. Just keep us informed on a daily basis of earnings. This would free...