I have developed a WordPress theme which was working fully. When I’ve updated to 3.4.1 my theme has remained the same but developed and annoying problem with some permalinks and divs with the_content tag in.
I’m experienced in developing html templates in WordPress and have never experienced this problem before. It appears that in certain parts of the theme the top 200 – 400 pixels is un-selectable which causes permalinks to stop working and I’m unable to select text that the_content function displays.
I have singled out the problem to the fact that my master content wrapper is somehow causing this issue. The content wrapper is setup to be a fixed width and a auto height which subsequently has auto margins left and right to center the div in the browser. When you float the tag left or apply a inline-block function the problem is fixed but obviously the layout is ruined.
If anyone has a solution to this it would be much appreciated and I’m either missing something simple from being stuck staring at it or this is a problem with the new WordPress update.
The problem div settings are as follows:
The full website layout is working and there are no broken divs or missing tags. It seems the problems only arrive when a permalink or the_content is called into action.
Any help much appriciated, pulling my hair out!!
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