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[Plugin: Facebook Comments by Fat Panda] Responsive comments box

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  • I would also like to know the answer to this. Which div, iframe or class have to style to make it responsive?
    Thanks in advance.

    Try this

    .fb-comments, .fb-comments span, .fb-comments iframe {
        width: 100% !important;
    }

    or

    #fbcomments, .fb-comments, .fb-comments iframe[style], .fb-comments span {
    width: 100% !important;
    }

    I am having the same problem as above but i don’t know where i should put this code? (which php file? and where in the file do i insert the code?)

    Sorry for but you are up to a real php beginner here…

    Thanks!
    /Jakob

    Hi, Thanks for the plugin.

    Two quick things. I am using this on my website which is a RESPONSIVE site. So Is there a way I can (or you can) make it that the comments plugin resizes ‘fluidly’ as the browser resizes. I tried making the width 100% but it assumes I mean 100 pixels… so no joy there.

    Secondly, I want the ‘light’ version of the plugin and after choosing ‘light’ and saving setting it still remains dark. I have tried clearing cache and reloading the page numerous times but no jot.

    EDIT: Does the code in the above post work? and where does it need to be inserted??? (which file and what line number)

    PLEASE let us know. 🙂

    EDIT: Does the code in the above post work? and where does it need to be inserted??? (which file and what line number)

    Hey jsnmrk

    The code posted above is css and should go in your themes stylesheet.

    Works perfectly! THANK YOU!

    Thanks @blakis08, it’s work perfectly!

    for those asking where to put the code it goes in style sheet.

    sitzikbs

    @sitzikbs

    hi,
    i did everything as explained and it didnt work for me.
    I figured this might be due to the fact that my site is in rtl language

    so i added the following line
    direction: ltr !important;

    this solved the problem for me

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