Link to my site is http://presta-ecommerce.com. Let me know how to fix this.
Can you disable the W3TC CSS minification? Looks like the
margin-top: 30pxlines it up correctly but the class name looks dynamically generated.
Looking at the not minify’ed version might help narrow it down.
Yup. Disabled it now, but it still looks the same.
Unfortunately where I am at now blocks things like the Socialize buttons so troubleshooting is a little difficult for me.
If the CSS class is static then you can apply that
margin-top: 30pxto just that class and that should fix it. You can add that CSS via a child theme (a bit overkill), a plugin, or if your theme supports it via some custom CSS.
If the CSS class has a dynamic element (such as some ID) then the CSS can still be added via another plugin
add_action('wp_head', 'your_function');as long as you can predict the CSS class correctly in your function.
Or the plugin author can release an update that makes the adjustment for you. 😉
It’s been pointed out to me that this Firebug tutorial may also help figure out the alignment problem. 😉
Hi, thanks for your elaborate answer. However, I can’t find a way of solving this because all buttons have same class “socialize-button”. How do I determine if the button is pinterest and give it another styling?
What I’m doing is using the nth-child selector. http://css-tricks.com/how-nth-child-works/
It’s not ideal, but it’s gotten me through it given I expose the same social links on every page. I’m seeing that on my site as well so it’s probably a universal problem.
I am having the same problem! Does anyone have a fix for this?
Yep, I have the same issue. Looks like it needs an update from the developer.
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