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Anyone else having issues with Google Chrome not rendering pages correctly? Safari, Firefox and Edge working fine. Cleared all cache and data from chrome but still renders the main Muse header and footer a bit wonky. Only the page that has this module installed on. Link: http://www.xoftinc.com/in-the-news-alt.html?id=1512419208
Does the same on my coworker’s computer.
PS, love this module otherwise!
- This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by ccook.
Do you experience the same problem when visiting our demo page? https://responsive-muse.com/demos/widget-easy-blog/
I see your link working fine right now.
What’s your current Adobe Muse version?
Thanks!AnonymousJanuary 5, 2018 at 5:23 pmPost count: 1
It’s working ok for me in Chrome and other browsers.
your demo page works fine. On my site: http://www.xoftinc.com, the header and footer area stretches only vertically only on the page that has this module. http://www.xoftinc.com/in-the-news-alt.html This link looks fine. It is only when you click into the story that it falls apart in the header and footer. I will do more testing tomorrow morning.
thanks for such a quick response.
PS, I had to alter the url to include alt at the end.
- This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by ccook. Reason: added additional information
Thanks for the feedback!
We were able to see the bug.
Please, can you try this PHP file instead your current one and tell us if that removes your problem? DOWNLOAD REMOVED – THE WIDGET WAS UPDATED WITH THE LAST CHANGES CONTAINED IN THIS FILE
You will need to edit the file again and replace it in the /assets/ folder, or reattach it in the widget settings and upload the site again.
YES YES YES!!!!! Thank you sooooooo much!!!!! Now to demo this to my boss!!!!! By the way, can you guys make something like this to hand press releases? My current press release page: http://www.xoftinc.com/press-releases.html
I would love to have something straight forward with no images but retain the social sharing functions of the easyblog.
We are happy it works!
You could try to set the post blocks height to something like 100px to “hide” the image, but it would probably need more code adjustments to achieve exactly what you are looking for.
NOTE TO THE USERS:
We have updated Easyblog Free and Pro to fix some small issues:
– Added compatibility with iPage shared hosting, now the file path is correct.
– Solved some styling bugs in single post pages.
Could you create such a widget? I would either pay for it or subscribe to Responsive Muse to become a full time customer.
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