Site Layout Issues
Yesterday morning, some changes were made to the layout here at Daily Nous (most visibly, some of the advertising slots were moved around). Some people have reported that the site now looks “different” or “avant garde” or “completely screwed up.” Here’s how it should look (on a normal-sized laptop):
If it doesn’t look like that, your browser may be “remembering” some or all of the old layout. Try a “hard refresh” of the page. On a machine running Windows, you can typically do this by either (a) holding down Ctrl while clicking the Reload button in your browser, or, (b) holding down Ctrl while pressing F5. On a Mac, try either (c) holding down shift while clicking the reload button or (d) holding down Cmd and shift and then pressing R.
There is more information about hard refreshing here. If you know another way to solve the problem, please share it in the comments. If you try these methods and are still having the problem, please also share that in the comments, along with the type of browser and operating system you’re using. Thank you.
I have some difficulty viewing the mobile version on Android with Chrome.Report
I have the same issue. The site cuts off much of the text on the right hand margin.Report
Same here; if I rotate the phone to get a wider screen, I still get the same problem on deeply embedded comments.Report
I believe this is now resolved. Is anyone still experiencing this issue after refreshing?Report
Oddly, I have this problem for some posts (the “Ideological Policing” post is still cut off when I view it on my phone) but not for others (this one looks just fine). Last week everything looked normal.Report