Easy responsive footer

Thanks! I’ve updated it and it indeed fixed the issue. However, when I go into settings, such as the admin settings, the width is still not set to the max screen width. It still expands in settings. When disabling the easy footer plugin it respects the max width again.

Edit: it seems that the width in the latest topic view is not set correctly.

Easy footer enabled:

Easy footer disabled:

Another edit: updated the whole Discourse instance, now it’s fine. I guess the CSS changes of Discourse itself changed and is not in line with the plugin.

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The preview gives me an “access denied” error

…does this plugin theme component show up in the crawler version?

Off-topic: Is the below a plugin or some sort of clever formatting that I can re-produce in the standard discourse editor?

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Will this update be rolling out to hosted customers soon? We’re still seeing this behavior on our hosted site.

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Can you update the component again? it needed another adjustment

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Strange, it still works for me… even when logged out.

No, theme components don’t show up in crawler view

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Maybe that’s because the edit that was done today.

I always quote a post to see how it was done

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Yup not sure what that was - Its working now. ( I had tested chrome incognito mode earlier )

Oh very neat, it would be nice to see some examples for the button. Will need to tinker with this.

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That fixed it, thank you!

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ah, the install button is different… that’s a custom plugin we’ve created just for Meta

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