CyrixInstead

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  • in reply to: Multi Division Company Website #7329
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    CyrixInstead
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    Thanks for the feedback, and thanks for such timely, helpful support when I needed it. I can see why you push the support aspect of your themes; it really makes a difference to have a good support ecosystem in place, with forums where theme users can help each other out and receive prompt, useful help from the theme author.

    I used the multisite feature for WP, configured to use subdomains. I read various articles about why for most circumstances multisite is not the way to go, but I think in my case it’s a good fit as I’m not sure how I would have gone about making each division’s theme completely unique without multisite.

    I have used the URL parameters plugin previously and thought it would work in this case, so I never gave any consideration to doing it using JS. I suppose the KISS methodology worked here 🙂

    in reply to: Website feedback please #7328
    Reply to: Website feedback please

    CyrixInstead
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    Queue Brendan’s tip on making the video responsive 😉

    in reply to: Pocket Yacht Company Website #7315
    Reply to: Pocket Yacht Company Website

    CyrixInstead
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    Very slick.

    in reply to: Website Feedback & Suggestions #7314
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    CyrixInstead
    Participant

    This is a beautiful, modern but timeless website. I love it.

    in reply to: Galleries Breaking Through Toggles on Mobile #7198
    Reply to: Galleries Breaking Through Toggles on Mobile

    CyrixInstead
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    Hi iceable, your fix works perfectly, thank you!

    in reply to: It looks different (IE and chrome) #7048
    Reply to: It looks different (IE and chrome)

    CyrixInstead
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    Hi there, I see your site still has this issue. I was having exactly the same issue in IE too and this is the only thread on the forums with a similar problem to me. It affects all versions from 9 – 11.

    The strange thing for me is that I had three columns on another page and they rendered correctly, so I copied the HTML to my problem page, removed all other code from the page, and the problem still occurred. The only difference I could see was that my OK page had more code after the columns.

    The solution ended up being simple. It appears that for IE, if the last element on the page is a column, IE renders it on the next line down (was happening on two pages, one with thirds and one with halfs). All you need to do is add one more line of code after you’ve closed your last half/third/fourth, I used a non-breaking space. This will force IE to correctly put all the columns on one line, and your non-breaking space on the next line.

    For example:

    <div class="one-third">1</div>
    <div class="one-third">2</div>
    <div class="one-third">3</div>

    Becomes:

    <div class="one-third">1</div>
    <div class="one-third">2</div>
    <div class="one-third">3</div>
    &nbsp;
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by  CyrixInstead. Reason: improve answer
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by  CyrixInstead. Reason: typo
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