@Findus23 opened this Issue on April 29th 2017 Member

In my opinion #5094 is still an issue. The warning introduced in #8949 is appended at the end of the page, so depending on the page one needs to scroll a lot to see it (which many people won't do if they think it's broken)

But the bigger issue is that it isn't added to the setup page. As a result, people may think something is broken with their install.

e.g: https://forum.piwik.org/t/fresh-piwik-installation-is-missing-any-design/24037
screenshot_20170429_192906

An additional idea would be adding a block informing the user that the CSS files can't be loaded and hiding it via CSS (and add accessibility tags to don't annoy screen reader users) so it is only visible if the CSS file doesn't load

@sgiehl commented on April 30th 2017 Member

An additional idea would be adding a block informing the user that the CSS files can't be loaded and hiding it via CSS (and add accessibility tags to don't annoy screen reader users) so it is only visible if the CSS file doesn't load

Guess that makes sense. We could also do the same for javascript. Having a block that gets hidden as soon as javascript is loaded

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