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[Plugin: Jetpack by WordPress.com] Problem with the Admin CSS & Jetpack

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  • hodyshoran
    Member

    @hodyshoran

    If I enable Jetpack my 4 column layout becomes a two column layout and cannot be changed anymore. If I disable Jetpack, I the problem goes away.

    Do you think I have the same issue then youself and is there a solution to it?

    How can I check which CSS is loaded?

    I seem to have the same problem as well.

    I’m really anxious for a solution, if anyone finds one.

    corvencrow
    Member

    @corvencrow

    If the loaded css from the s2.wp.com domain is necessary for the plugin then the solution will come from the programmers of the Jetpack plugin, is his server.

    flatfeerealty
    Member

    @flatfeerealty

    Same problem here too… please fix it!

    Exact same problem here: my three-column dashboard loads correctly, but then switches to a two-column layout (with weird artifacts).

    This is fairly recent for me, I’ve noticed the problem only since last Monday.

    cowbellemoo
    Member

    @cowbellemoo

    Loading a remote stylesheet into the admin area seems like a really bad idea for a plugin in the first place.

    hodyshoran
    Member

    @hodyshoran

    Got a reply from Jetpack support:

    Hi Patrik,

    Ok, I’m very glad you’re all set with your connection now. There is a bug report filed for the Dashboard issue, and I will let you know as soon as I have any more information. 🙂

    Thanks very much,

    Good to see it being worked on.
    A discussion had been growing over at:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/three-column-dashboard/page/2?replies=48

    About the same issue.

    AstroRuss
    Member

    @astroruss

    Good Day Everyone,

    Even after the last update 1.5,
    I am still having the same problem.
    My dashboard loads correctly, but then switches to a two-column layout.
    Even if I set it to 1 column it will switch to 2 column.

    Is this going to be fixed or not?

    What is the thought of having external style sheets anyway? That is so bad for a number of reasons, especially for us that are not USonians.

    Is there ANY way of having decent stats without having this humungous piece of bloatware installed?

    Harish Chouhan
    Participant

    @hchouhan

    I have been facing the same issue on all my sites and clients sites that use Jetpack.

    I hope this is resolved soon.

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