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  • Resolved iyadmn

    (@iyadmn)



    In files:

    WordPress\wp-admin\css\list-tables.css
    Wordpress\wp-admin\css\list-tables.min.css

    The class .tablenav-pages-navspan have a error on the height value in desktop resolutions.

    .tablenav-pages-navspan {
    	height: 16px;

    I tried to change it and the correct value would be 28px.

    The same happen with the rtl version.

    Thx in advance

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  • Moderator stephencottontail

    (@stephencottontail)

    Can you clarify exactly what the issue is? 16 pixels appears to be the correct height for those elements, based on the heights of other elements on the same “line”.

    Hi again
    Show this image:
    http://i1159.photobucket.com/albums/p623/iyadmn/2017-04-03_21h59_54_zpscnq5k1fs.jpg~original

    When I change it from 16px to 28px these buttons are displayed correctly. For example in line 706 of the file “list-tables.css” I put this, and the same in the .min file :

    .tablenav-pages-navspan {
    	height: 28px; /* Changed 16px to 28px */
    	border-color: #ddd; /* same as disabled buttons */
    	background: #f7f7f7; /* same as disabled buttons */
    	color: #a0a5aa; /* same as disabled buttons */
    }
    Moderator stephencottontail

    (@stephencottontail)

    I’m afraid I don’t see what you’re seeing. What admin page was shown in your screenshot? Also, what language are you using in your Dashboard?

    It is a page of personalized entries, articles from a wordpress template for listings.
    It’s a page similar to the post page, it shows all the articles I have published in that list of ads.

    What I show is the upper right corner of the list of articles, where the search engine and the nav bar of pages of that list is shown.

    The theme is Point Finder – Envato Directory WordPress Theme

    The language of my backend is Spanish.

    Moderator stephencottontail

    (@stephencottontail)

    Based on what you’ve said and what I’ve seen on my own install, I don’t believe that this is a core issue; it could be something caused by your theme or a plugin. If you temporarily disable all plugins and/or switch to the default Twenty Seventeen theme, do the buttons appear correctly?

    OK, if I also feel that the problem may come from the custom template I’m using. I have contacted the theme developer to check this part of the navigation bar.

    Yesterday I opened the ticket because I searched with Notepad ++ in WordPress source code 4.7.3 and saw that the CSS parameters were in those files

    Thanks for everything and I’m sorry for the inconvenience.

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