We use Confluence + Brikit and all the pages look great on a mobile (Brikit also allows you to define a mobile version of a page easily but you generally don't need to as it is fairly responsive). But the login screen is still the standard desktop version - so it is very hard to use on a mobile.
Does anyone know if there is a way or a plugin to make it responsive or provide a mobile specific version if a user is on a mobile?
Confluence has its on plugin that is called Confluence Mobile, which you can see in your add-ons section.
However, if you're using Brikit it might be that it's overwriting Confluence's default login screen. To see if that is the case, you can disable Brikit to see if you'll be presented with a login screen.
By default Confluence has the following screen:
Yes it is an issue with Brikit interfering with the standard login screen behaviour. The newer version of Confluence also has a much nicer styled mobile login screen as well. Will send a support request to Darryl and the team at Brikit to see if they can resolve it. Thanks WZ. Cheers!
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