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

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  • hodyshoran

    (@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?

    Thriell

    (@thriell)

    I seem to have the same problem as well.

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

    corvencrow

    (@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

    (@flatfeerealty)

    Same problem here too… please fix it!

    SGallay

    (@sgallay)

    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

    (@cowbellemoo)

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

    hodyshoran

    (@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

    (@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.

    Inposure

    (@inposure)

    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?

    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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