Why does the dashboard keep scaling down in size?
Domus dashboards are designed to scale up or down to whatever size frame, window, or screen they are given. This means that the smaller the screen you're using (like a phone or min-tablet), the harder it will be to use the dashboards. Stats really are better on bigger screens anyway. But we recognize that there may be instances where even a laptop screen may be too small for your eyes (I write this while wearing my computer glasses!) The good news is, there is a solution.
For any dashboard url, you can add ?size=original to the end of the link, and that will override the automatic scaling. Once the scale is over-ridden, you can also use CRTL + or CRTL - (for Windows) to zoom the size of your browser.
How to Embed a dashboard in a website
READ ME FIRST Successful embedding is dependent on your web hosting platform. Not all websites play nice with embed/iframe code. If you have problems, first test the dashboard URL by opening it in a new browser tab. If the dashboard displays ...
The size of the drill-through pop-up window is too big
If you try to use the drill-through feature on any of the Member dashboards, you may come across a situation where the pop-up window is too large to be useable. This happens if you've changed the zoom on your browser. The dashboard itself will not ...
Dashboard reverts to a login screen
If you like to keep multiple tabs open on your browser, you may find that the tab with your member dashboard reverts to a login screen that looks similar to this: This happens because each dashboard has a 1-hour expiration due to inactivity. You've ...
Dashboard doesn't load correctly All Domus dashboards are web applications which are delivered through URLs. As such, they rely on an active internet connection to work. So if your internet goes out or massively slows down, the dashboards won't load. ...
Troubleshoot a Dashboard on Safari
If you're using Safari, and the dashboard you're trying to view won't open, you probably need to change some settings. Safari's built-in pop-up blocker can cause problems in both displaying a dashboard and in preventing the drill-through pop-up box ...