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Responsiveness of Facebook Comments area (4 posts)

  1. Chris M.
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hey Brandon!

    Hope development is coming along. Loving the plugin so far (and we have already had a few back and forths here).

    New issue:

    WP 3.6, Version 1.5.6 of your plugin.

    I would like the Facebook comments to be responsive. How do I achieve this through CSS?

    Here's an example page: http://reflectonthis.com/life-living/letting-go-forgive-and-move-on/

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/gplus-comments/

  2. ShaneRobinson
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Same issue here. Both the WP and G+ comment areas are responsive when you manually adjust the width of your browser window.

    The FB comment block STAYS the width of the browser window when the page was loaded.

    So.... technically, this really won't be an issue for users in browsers or on mobile devices because they width of the FB comment block will display at the width of the parent bounding element when the page was loaded. This is ONLY a problem if you were to rotate your mobile device from landscape to portrait orientation, or if you manually resize the browser window on your computer.

    Just FYI, by default, using the FB Comment plugin from FB, if you do NOT provide a width value in the settings, it will expand to full width of the parent element AND WILL be fully responsive when you manually adjust browser width.

  3. joinfof
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Any idea on how to fix this issue? I'm also having troubles figuring out how to get the Facebook to be responsive.

  4. ShaneRobinson
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    As I mentioned, the width of the FB comment block DOES go 100% width of the browser window on load. So 99.9% of the people visiting the site will never know it doesn't go fluid on manual window resize. it's really only an issue when testing.

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