I know there's a PortableNavbox... But that's just a css-edited version of infobox, making it's width 100% and can't do advanced table grouping, subgrouping, lists... I'm sure many wikis still using the broken Navbox because they want the "advanced table" for storing their data.
I made a template, custom navbox with advanced table, that works well for mobile view experiences...
TableWiz wrote: Whether you use CSS or Lua, it is still a rigid table that just narrows to fit the mobile width? Using w:c:towerofgod:Template:Zahard_Empire as an example is bottom left in image below.
You just add rows to the navbox as needed avoiding "having to do some crazy 5000 lines repeated coding"
As it is a cell inside a table, in mobile the navbox will just float down into a single column (bottom right in image below)
My navbox below is missing some of your styling like borders, but gives you an idea how it works
Ohh this one seems way more efficient. But I'm a little lost since I wasn't an expert in table things. And fandyllic Rowtemplate system have different structure.
Could you give the code example please?? I have tried it but I'm confused that the table always ended up having 2-3 columns