Twenty Fourteen theme differences
Not sure if this is a Redmine issue. I've attached three screenshots to show how the Twenty Fourteen theme
1) loses both the background and sidebar in IE (and truncates "CUNY Academic Commons" to "CUNY Ac"
2) does not allow text or images to fill the middle part of the screen, instead displaying quite a bit of white "dead" space. (I suspect this might be something I can figure out.)
Any tips? Thanks, all!
#3 Updated by Boone Gorges about 8 years ago
- Target version set to 1.5.19
- Estimated time set to 1.00 h
I will take a look at the IE issue.
does not allow text or images to fill the middle part of the screen, instead displaying quite a bit of white "dead" space.
I think this is just the design of the theme. You can attempt to modify it with custom CSS if you'd like, but I think this is less a bug than a conscious design choice.
#4 Updated by Boone Gorges about 8 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to Resolved
Marilyn - It looks like both issues were caused by some dumb behavior in IE related to what they call "compatibility view". I'm putting in a fix for 1.5.19 that will force this mode off for the Twenty Fourteen theme. I'll be doing the release shortly - feel free to check later today. Thanks for the report.
#10 Updated by local admin about 8 years ago
For some reason I didn't get an update via email on this, sorry for the delay.
Here's the link: http://newestblogever.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
I'm seeing this on Macs, both at home on my 10.9.2 machine and at the New Media Lab on a 10.7.8 machine. It's happening on all browsers. Safari 7.0.2, Firefox 28.0, and Chrome 33.
#11 Updated by Boone Gorges about 8 years ago
Thanks, Andy. I'm having a look right now, and it's not clear to me what the issues are. I do see that the admin bar is a little bit shorter than it ought to be, but I don't see the original issues that Marilyn reported. Could you please specify the precise problems you're seeing, with screenshots if you think that'd be helpful? Thanks.
#13 Updated by Boone Gorges about 8 years ago
Thanks, Andy. Those screenshots make the issues clearer.
There are some inconsistencies between a few hardcoded values in twentyfourteen's stylesheets and the way that we override WP's adminbar styles. Should be resolved by https://github.com/castiron/cac/commit/7a279cb891af411f76aa827f0c087fd6847c2afe and https://github.com/castiron/cac/commit/f45f1dddb86468cfe1ae9cd658a1d6ede15826b7
I'm going to mark this ticket as Resolved. Andy and Marilyn, if you continue to have problems after the 1.5.22 release (later this evening), please feel free to reopen with details.