• Resolved jmleblanc1mh

    (@jmleblanc1mh)


    Timeline code is in it’s own container/element. Design-2 has displayed centered on the page without issue for a couple of months now. Recently the entire timeline is left-justified. Only seems to impact desktop/widescreen view. Mobile and tablet display correctly.

    Advice?

    Thanks!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Anoop Ranawat

    (@anoopranawat)

    Hello @jmleblanc1mh

    I think you have made the changes on “fusion-builder-row” : http://prntscr.com/1ip6llu

    Its adding some left and right margin:

    margin-left: calc(-2% / 2 );
    margin-right: calc(-2% / 2 );
    Plugin Contributor Ketan Patel

    (@patelketan)

    Hello,

    Please check and let me know if you have anything else.

    Thanks,

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by Ketan Patel.
    Thread Starter jmleblanc1mh

    (@jmleblanc1mh)

    Thank you for your very quick help. Adding .fusion-flex-container.wpostahs-fusion-flex { flex-direction: unset !important; } to the CSS worked perfectly.

    Many thanks!

    Plugin Contributor Ketan Patel

    (@patelketan)

    Hello,

    If you like our plugin please share your rate and review it here…

    Thanks,

    Hello,

    I’ve got the same error.. My website doesn’t work with flex but with wordpress, can you help me please ?

    Many thanks !

    https://production-pixiyo.fr/jeanne-moriceau/conseil/

    Plugin Contributor Ketan Patel

    (@patelketan)

    Hello,

    Thanks for reaching here.

    Can you please create a new fresh page and add to the below shortcode and share your page link URL.
    [th-slider autoplay="true"]

    Thanks,

    Thanks for your answer.

    I was not sure about what you asked, so i create a new page and i add “autoplay=”true” in my shortcode + i created a new shortcode with only :
    [th-slider autoplay=”true”]

    It seems to change nothing, am i wrong ?

    Thanks,

    https://production-pixiyo.fr/jeanne-moriceau/page-test/

    Plugin Contributor Ketan Patel

    (@patelketan)

    Hello,

    Sorry, Please pass the “autoplay” value “false”.

    Please replace the below shortcode.
    [th-slider autoplay="false"]

    Please go to our website and join live chat we need to check your website.

    Thanks,

    I’m experiencing this same problem with the current Avada theme (v7.4.2) and Timeline and History Slider (v2.0.1).

    Using the recommended code (even without the ‘!important’):

    .fusion-flex-container.wpostahs-fusion-flex { flex-direction: unset; }

    does solve the problem. But it’s not clear why this code would be needed in the first place. It wasn’t needed until recently. And the original CSS is not something custom on my part — it’s standard code from the theme.

    I’m glad and grateful there’s a good work-around, but it might be best if this problem could be solved directly in the TAHS CSS.

    Thanks!
    Larry D.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by Larry Daniele. Reason: improve formatting
    Plugin Support Riddhi Shukla

    (@ridhimashukla)

    Hi @larrydaniele ,

    Thank you sharing your thoughts with us…

    We have noticed this issue and it’s coming from slick slider JS ( Used to create slider ) and fusion builder flex main container conflict to each other. When slider comes, main builder container is breaking or adding margin to the element.

    For now, you have provided CSS tweak to manage this which is working for all of our plugin which is providing slider. I have tested same issue with default content element like text box and having same issues.

    We have asked about this to Fusion buider support team and testing all possible ways with Avada vesion 7.4.1.

    Thank You!!!

    Thanks, Riddhi. I wish you the best of luck with your investigation. If I can help in any way, please let me know.

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