I was notified by Google about a Mobile Usability Issue for my RH 2017 project (Responsive HTML5 output with Indigo Layout) because viewport tag is not set (for all pages).
If I navigate the TOC, each page is correctly open with the viewport tag set
There's no automatic way in RH I can think of. You could try adding the viewport tag manually in a test topic and see if it solves the problem for you. If it works you could then do a find and replace on the code to insert the tag in every topic
Thanks for your answer.
I'm wondering if is it possible to customize RH to open a page always in full context. This would by-pass the problem with viewport tag.
I'm wondering if is it possible to customize RH to open a page always in full context.
Do you mean as if it were in a web browser showing the TOC etc? If so in the skin settings you can turn off responsiveness then you lose the benefit of having a responsive skin.
Is the issue causing a real problem or are you just getting a warning about something that isn't causing your users a problem?
In my RH project, if I right-click on a topic in the TOC and select "new tab", the topic is opened in full screen without the side bar with TOC. However, in the header I see " Click here to see this page in full context" and if I click, the side bar with the TOC appears.
So, I'm wondering if I can set my RH project to always opens topics in full context even in new tabs. This shouldn't affect responsiveness.
I don't believe that is possible in 2017 as that would effectively require a call that opens the topic via the start page, which is not possible from a right click.
In 2019 New UI there is a frameless output works the way you want but that would require an upgrade and there is a learning curve as the UI has changed completely.
thanks for your reply.
I guess the issue raised by Google shouldn't cause real problems to the mobile users.