Support » Plugin: WP-PhotoNav » duplicate container css

  • Resolved mydiskdriveonline

    (@mydiskdriveonline)


    Greetings,

    Thank you for the excellent plugin.

    When I first started using this a couple months ago I didn’t notice this issue, but is it possible that the CSS has changed to use “container” as the img class?

    This is an issue as alot of themes use “container” already.

    Would it be possible to change your use of the CSS class “container” to something more distinct?

    Cheerz

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-photonav/

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  • Thread Starter mydiskdriveonline

    (@mydiskdriveonline)

    /me is embarrassed.

    ..so it seams the image that I was working with was only 127px high(must have downloaded a thumbnail) and I had the shortcode set to 300px as I normally do.

    I changed the shortcode height to match the real image height and all is well.

    :/

    I still would recommend changing the css to not use “container” and “content” for the descriptors.

    Thanks again for the excellent plugin.

    Cheerz

    Plugin Author Fabian Stanke

    (@fmos)

    Hi,
    Good to hear that the problem has been resolved.
    The CSS classes are all referenced in a qualified fashion (starting with photonav…) inside wp-photonav.css, thus any collisions should be won by the plugin (over the theme).
    But you’re right, different class would probably further lower the chances of problems.
    Thank you for your feedback,
    Cheers

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