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  • #11579

    Hi

    if you look at my page http://www.softfocus.co.za/photography/absa-cape-epic-mountain-bike-race-2012/ and scroll down to the bottom you’ll see facebook comments, but there is a continuous wheel that spins over the app, how do i get rid of this?

    Thanks

    #72238

    Hello,

    Please try to drop this on your custom.css

    .entry-content iframe, .entry-content embed, .entry-content object {
    display: none
    }

    If it doesn’t work please try to use each selector one at a time. Example below.

    .entry-content object {
    display: none;
    }

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #72239

    Hi Ismael

    Thank you for your reply. I tried the first code in custom.css, but it totally removed the iframe.

    The second didn’t do anything. What do you mean by “try to use each selector one at a time” maybe I’m missing something

    Thanks

    #72240

    Hi SoftFocus,

    I think he means to break down each css selection into its own entry however I’m not sure that will solve the issue for you. I believe this is a conflict with one of the themes javascript files and the plugin used to load in the facebook content. I know when others have run into this, they found the easiest solution was to just remove the spinning circle loading gif from the theme files so that it did not get attempted to load by the javascript.

    The file to be removed is at flashlight/images/skin-minimal/loading.gif.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #72241

    a different work around, but did the trick :)

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