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  • #6157

    I couldn’t find anything in the forums about this problem so sorry if it’s already been answered.

    The side panel content is being resized and so chopped off. Weird thing is if I then refresh the page the side panel content then shows correctly. See http://aligrator.com/category/pursuit-of-hoppiness

    #53086

    Hey,

    the facebook inclusion you’re using wasn’t coded by Kriesi and therefore we know very little about how the code works exactly. This bug isn’t a theme-specific problem as it is known to happen on other sites too. It would be time intensive to investigate this which makes it not within the scope of the support forum. I’m thinking the guys over at the facebook developer forum can help you out.

    #53087

    Hey Chris,

    Thanks for your response. It’s not just happening with the facebook widget though – and in fact is happening with the Newscast demo.

    Have a look at http://themeforest.net/item/newscast-4-in-1-magazine-and-blog-template/full_screen_preview/88548

    Scroll down to the bottom of the side panel and you’ll see that the archives are getting chopped off. If you reload the page it fixes the problem.

    Cheers,

    Rob.

    #53088

    Hey,

    I couldn’t reproduce the error with Firefox, Chrome, IE9 and Safari (not on your page and the demo page). Please give us more information (os, browser).

    #53089

    Hey Dude,

    Problem seems to be related to the custom.js code -

    function k_pixelperfect()

    {

    // sometimes some elements are offset by one or two pixels.

    // this isnt anything bad but i really like pixel perfection, therefore this function adds some css rules for specific browsers :)

    if(jQuery.browser.mozilla)

    {

    jQuery(‘#headextras #searchsubmit’).css({top:”-6px”});

    }

    //same size for sidebars:

    // If I comment out this line the side panel displays correctly first time

    //jQuery(window).load(function(){ jQuery(‘.sidebar’).equalHeights(); });

    I’m running Chrome on Windows 7.

    Cheers,

    Rob.

    #53090

    yes, since there is no way in css to set two containers with unknown content height to the same height i needed to use javascript. if you are only using one sidebar column just remove the jQuery(window).load(function(){ jQuery(‘.sidebar’).equalHeights(); }); part and everything should work fine. I cant reproduce it as well but it might have something to do with the OS, will have a look at it :)

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