Support » Plugin: Q2W3 Fixed Widget for WordPress » Floating in opposite side(Chrome, Opera & Safari)

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  • Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    Hi!
    Sounds like CSS problem.
    But I cannot help without link

    I have a similar problem in the left sidebar,
    with IE 8 and 9 scrolling down ends above the text, you can check?
    Look here: http://www.mondoinformazione.com/notizie-italia/previsioni-meteo/previsioni-meteo-venerdi-23-agosto-agosto/111425/

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    teotindo!

    Add this line to your style.css:
    .sidebar-narrow-left .content-wrap {width: 818px;}

    I’ve changed, I do not work on “IE”, you can verify that everything works now?
    It was a problem of the theme or plugin?

    Thanks

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    Yes, left sidebar now looks good in IE.
    It was theme styles incompatibility.

    I need to test one thing… Can you set Margin Bottom = 85 px?

    Thank you Max, fantastic support!
    How do I? I’m not familiar with the style files.
    How do I get off the sidebar to bottom of page and not to get stuck in the middle?

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    How do I get off the sidebar to bottom of page and not to get stuck in the middle?

    Yes, I see this strange behavior…
    Try to set Margin Bottom = 85 px
    Then we’ll see what to do next

    I have changed but the problem remains.
    I also removed the background of the widget, can you tell me if it continues to work on IE?

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    I also removed the background of the widget, can you tell me if it continues to work on IE?

    Yes, it’s working!

    Now I understand why the widget is stuck in the middle.
    The problem is in comments section – it is loaded dynamicaly in iframe.
    You need to enable Refresh Interval option. Set it = 2000.

    Are you one of the best developers, also for support.
    Keep it up, congratulations!

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