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  • #17487
    treacle
    Participant

    Hello
    This is more for info really as I know you are working on a fix for this.
    http://new.gmdf.org/cues/
    A temporary fix was applied a few days ago and all well.
    Today I added another post for display and interestingly the text on the page which was originally below the posts suddenly, partly appeared, at the end of the third post ie the first post in the right hand column.
    This wasn’t a massive issue as I simply moved the text up to the top of the page to save messing around until fix comes thru.
    However, if you look closely, you will see that the social media share block has now settled itself at the foot of the first post in the right hand column.
    It’s not unliveable with as I know you’re onto it but just thought you should know.
    many thanks
    treacle.

    #20639
    scrambler
    Moderator

    There is no logical reason for the text to have done what you say. So I suggest you put it back as you did originally and post back so we can see why and fix it.

    You should also add a clearing div after your Show post shortcode and before your social icons. With the Content editor in text mode, add the code below between them

    <div style=”clear:both;”></div>

    #20640
    treacle
    Participant

    Good morning
    <div style=”clear.both;”></div> solves the problem.
    However, I’ve put it back to how it was and you can see that the first line of the text appears in the third column first row post.
    Many thanks.

    #20641
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Can you paste here exactly all that you have in the content editor in text mode?

    #20642
    treacle
    Participant

    <h1>Cues! the GMDF Newsletter</h1>
    [show_posts filter=cues-header]
    A very important aspect of the Federation’s services is the publishing of its newsletter called Cues! It is issued on an “as and when required” basis.
    Cues! is distributed via email to all member societies, as well as a wide range of individuals and companies associated with theatre and just as importantly, the local press across Greater Manchester. It keeps Amateur Theatre in touch with the world, but more significantly, the world in touch with Amateur Theatre.

    It includes editorials, news, reviews, articles, advertisements, basically anything that our members need to communicate to our readership.

    Subscribing to CUES! is very simple, just<a title=”link to Cues! subscription form” href=”http://eepurl.com/0F-V5″&gt; click here </a>and fill in the form, easy peasy. GMDF never discloses your details to third parties. Below are some recent editions of Cues! but when you have signed up to Cues! you will be able to see a full archive.

    The editor is always looking for info about our members, so if you have something to say please <a title=”email link to Jude for Cues!” href=”mailto@jude@gmdf.org”>email us</a>

    #20643
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    Does it help if you either remove the line break between the ] and “A very”?
    How about adding a blank line?

    The content is actually there in the output HTML, but I can’t see why it is being hidden. Might be an overflow situation.

    If I follow your pattern on my own test cast, I can’t reproduce this. It is very strange given the content is actually present.

    #20644
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Does it work if you do what I said

    <h1>Cues! the GMDF Newsletter</h1>
    [show_posts filter=cues-header]

    <div style=”clear:both;”></div>
    A very important aspect of the Federation’s services is the publishing of its newsletter called Cues! It is issued on an “as and when required” basis.
    Cues! is distributed via email to all member societies, as well as a wide range of individuals and companies associated with theatre and just as importantly

    Because mixing text and a shortcode that floats stuff is a recipe for problems, so you should definitely have a clear separation to control the layout

    #20645
    treacle
    Participant

    Yes, as I said before, it’s fine, solves the problem, with the <div style=”clear:both;”></div> straight after the shortcode.

    #20646
    treacle
    Participant

    This is the page with the clear div in place.
    http://new.gmdf.org/cues/
    Many thanks

    #20647
    scrambler
    Moderator

    Then it makes sense. The ATW show post columns are floated and so they should be cleared before content is added after them.

    may be it should automatically be added by @weaver, not sure.

    #20648
    treacle
    Participant

    Many thanks for all your help.

    #20649
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    This has been fixed for the next release of Weaver Xtreme – a clear:both is added after the header area only for float:right. Left and Center don’t need it.

    #20650
    scrambler
    Moderator

    You answered in the wrong post, but it is OK, I know which one that answer is for 🙂

    I believe it was that thread

    http://forum.weavertheme.com/discussion/comment/55295/#Comment_55295

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