We've observed that, when using the mobile interface, whether using default settings or custom CSS, tables have no border/cell lines, and cells don't have padding.
Panels seem to behave in the same way.
So these parts of our sites are difficult to read when viewing on mobile.
Does anyone know of solutions for this behavior?
We're on Confluence 7.15.1.
Here's a screenshot. The "Need Help" chunk is supposed to appear as a panel. The content after the HR is a table.
I forgot one other issue: The Expand macro doesn't expand in the mobile interface. Like, in this screenshot, the "Zoom Quick Start Guide" link is an Expand macro. It doesn't respond when you tap it.
@Timothy I did some additional testing. You are accessing the site through a mobile browser and not through a mobile app. The table formatting is removed on our server instance when I access it through the mobile browser as well. I use the mobile app because it has more functionality then the site on a mobile browser. Looks like this is the default behavior.
The only thing I can think of is being able to identify what stylesheet is used by the mobile browser view and override it with your own CSS. It obviously does not use any of the standard styling. You could also submit it as an enhancement request or bug here: https://jira.atlassian.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa
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