12 month(s) ago
When viewed on the iPad my site shows a thin vertical dark gray/black line at the edge of div.container. It use to appear all the way around the div but I took care of that with height: 100%. The line apparently appears on the iPad due to its resizing of sites for better viewing, when zoomed in %500 it disappears. I've found it can be eliminated by configuring the viewport for mobile and tablet devices. The problem is if I do that my horizontal scroll stops working. I've also tried my best with the suggestion from other websites to use a -3px margin and 3px transparent border. I've posted a photo of my site with the line here: tinypic.com/r/250sh1i/… The Indexhibit site has the same vertical line.
Anyone else come across this? Any solutions??
Is there a way to configure the viewport to allow hold the sites viewing ratios while allowing overflow for horizontal scrolling?
Is there a code to add a white vertical line that appears to float over the entire site at a fixed position in front of both the index and exhibits?
I've tried the vertical line but can't move it outside of the div.container without it messing up the rest of the site. Was thinking this could be an okay approach. A cosmetic way of dealing with the issue. I look forward to hearing what everyone thinks. My site is danielpritchett.com Cheers!