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[Resolved] Bizarre Line in Widget

  • Hi Michael,

    Building a new site for my own business and it is still under construction. http://compuaidusa.com

    I incorporated your program and placed a widget on the front page, everything has worked great as I learned my lessons from a previous site.

    This morning, I decided to delete the “Hellow World” post from the database, I have no other posts as of yet. When I deleted it, a dark black line appeared under every quote in the widget. When I created a test post to replace the deleted post, the line vanished.

    It probably isn’t going to be an issue for anyone, but I thought you might like to know about it. I didn’t try to investigate the issue personally.

    Thanks again for the plugin.


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  • Plugin Author Michael Cannon


    Hmm… I’d really need to see this one in practice to figure out. Think you remove the first post?

    I’m thinking there’s a CSS looking looking for the first instance of .hentry or another class entry. Therefore when the initial post goes away, then the styling applies to testimonials. If you disable .hentry in widget options, does the problem still happen?

    Ok. I deleted the post. In the process of doing it, I also landed on a 404 error page and the line was there before I deleted the post. Go take a look and tell me what you think. I will wait before I make any other adjustments. Thanks Mike!

    I lied, I went ahead and disabled the .hentry and there was no change. Now I am really curious what you think.

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon


    Line 159 of http://compuaidusa.com/wp/wp-mycontent/themes/suffusion/skins/minima/skin.css is causing the trouble it seems.

    .post, article.page {
    border: none;
    border-bottom: 3px solid #333;
    padding: 2em 1em 1.5em;

    Combined with `.cl-widget, .suf-widget, .post, article.page, .non-wp-post, #subnav, .hier-nav, .page-nav, .post-nav, .flattened, .author-profile, .info-tag, .info-category, #featured-posts, h3#comments, h3.comments, h3#respond, h3.respond, #reply-title, textarea, .author-info, blockquote, pre, input[type=”text”], input[type=”password”], .commentlist li, .suf-mag-category, .suf-mag-excerpt, .suf-tile, h2.suf-mag-headlines-title, .suf-mag-excerpts-header, .suf-mag-categories-header, #recaptcha_response_field, #language-selector ul li, #language-selector ul li a, #language-selector ul li a:visited, .download, .announcement, .warning, .note, .suf-mag-headlines, .nr-post h3, .nr_widget h4, .post form#whats-new-form #whats-new-textarea, .post form#whats-new-form, ul.item-list li, .standard-form, fieldset, .outer-pullout-container .meta-pullout {
    border-radius: 5px; }` of http://compuaidusa.com/wp/wp-mycontent/themes/suffusion/rounded-corners.css.

    You can fix via .testimonials-widget-testimonial .post { border-bottom: none; }.

    Yup, took out the extra space before the .post and that solved it. Thanks once again Michael, your a prince!

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon


    I’m glad it’s solved.

    If I could fix these general CSS issues in one go, I would. However, what works for a third, breaks another third, then the last third need customization no matter what.

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