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Address bar hides web content. Would be better to push it up instead of overlay.
This is not really a question so much as a suggestion for a future release. If there's a better place for this, please let me know and I'll post it there.
I love the new Firefox Mobile with the address bar on the bottom, but it would be better if the address bar pushed the web content up instead of hiding it.
I have an example site that shows what I'm talking about: https://waxphilosophic.sdf.org/test/ (Couldn't get my mobile to cooperate for screenshots, so I have nothing but mobile emulation to offer for images.)
It's just a template I mocked up. My intention was to do something minimalist. In the template, there is a background image taking up the entire screen. The header is placed at the very bottom of the page, 10vh high. As the user scrolls up, the rest of the site content is revealed. The header is sticky and locks in place at the top.
It's a nice effect on desktop and mobile emulation. (See attachments.)
Unfortunately, with Firefox mobile's address bar being on the bottom and covering web content, the initial placement of the header is completely hidden from view, leaving the user to wonder what they're looking at. I am aware that the address bar can be configured to be at the top, but the average user is not going to do this.
I think it would be better to have the address bar push the web content out of its way rather than overlaying and hiding what's underneath. If that's possible, I'd love to see it as an enhancement.
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Yes, it will be fixed.
This is NOT fixed! And now it's even worse since the choice of top or bottom. Please stop hiding the address bar while scrolling. Make it sticky!