Support » Plugin: byBrick Columns » [Plugin: byBrick Columns] Unwanted breaks and paragraphs on top of columns

  • Resolved SomniumLucidus

    (@somniumlucidus)


    The discussion on this issue started on the previous topic, but since it hasn’t been solved yet, I’ve decided to open a dedicated topic.

    As I wrote before, the plugin adds a blank space at the top of the columns it creates. Sometimes the blank is incremental, e.g.: the first column has none, the second has some, the third has some more, and so on.

    An analysis of a published page using Firebug shows that the blank space on top of the columns contains either a break (<br>) or an empty paragraph (<p></p>).

    While it’s possible to alter the plugin’s CSS with something like:

    .post-entry br {
    	display:none;
    }

    …in order to make the intruding break disappear, it is at the cost of having all other breaks in the columns vanish. Sometimes this can be afforded, but it isn’t a real fix to the problem.

    Worse still, when the offender is an empty paragraph, the use of something along the lines of:

    .post-entry p {
    	display:none;
    }

    …is unthinkable. :/

    So, what to do?

    P.S.: Here’s a link to the same issue commented on a forum.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bybrick-columns/

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  • Plugin Author davidpaulsson

    (@davidpaulsson)

    Hi SomniumLucidus, this is fixed in the newest version. Thank you for your patience!

    Thanks! This is (or at least it was last time I checked) the only plugin on WordPress.org capable of generating responsive columns — it was such a shame that it had some bugs!

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