Dec 10 2016
Aug 12 2015
@Jdlrobson, yeah that is a massive improvement. Thank you very much.
Jul 23 2015
@Jdlrobson, that does make sense to me.
Jul 19 2015
Thanks very much. That was very helpful @Jdlrobson. I can't seem to get suggestion 3 to work, but suggestions 2 works perfectly.
Jul 12 2015
@GOIII, I agree with your notion on the infoboxes. And of course, no objection to testing before deploying changes.
Jul 11 2015
So it's there anyone else who has an idea on how this could be solve? I get that the offending CSS cannot be removed entirely (Although that has not been actually confirmed, I mean I still don't see how it prevents horizontal scrolling). But couldn't it be altered so that, in @TheDJ's word, when the nowrap asks the child how big it wants to be, it responds with the size it has actually been coded to be in the article's coding?
Jun 10 2015
I didn't give it at high priority at all.
Jun 8 2015
To prevent horizontal scrolling? Whenever I come across a table or image that is to wide to fit on the screen on my mobile device I can scroll horizontally. So that is not being prevented at all currently.
Jun 1 2015
Is anyone going to take a look a this?
May 16 2015
Apr 11 2015
@bmansurov. Well no. Even though that is the correct page, like I said before the border= parameter does not seem to work on the test cluster. Therefore we don't get a black outside border at all in the test cluster's tables and I cannot check whether te bug has been successfully fixed. There seem to be other differences between the layout of the mobile wikitable on the test cluster and the main site as well.
Apr 7 2015
@Jdlrobson No that's no the page I was testing on. It's http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Formula_One_season#Teams_and_drivers. That page has some wikitables that use the border= parameter. Note that it is a mobile link. It's only the mobile version that creates this black outside border through that parameter. But the parameter does not seem to have any affect in the test cluster.
@Jdlrobson I'm not able to test it on the test cluster, because the border= parameter doesn't seem to work there at all.
This is not resolved. If you take a look at the tables that use the border= paramater in this link: [https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Formula_One_season#Teams_and_drivers], you'll notice that the outside border on the right is still missing.
Mar 19 2015
Mar 17 2015
Here is a link where you can see the problem: