Friends — I ran into a conflict that seems to have been traced back to the Events Calendar plugin…here’s the history…and the suggested fix, which seems to work…i’m not a coder…please vet the ThemeTrust markup and [if indicated] include it in your NEXT update…i’ve gone into my copy of the CSS and made the change…it works for me…thanks…
I’m using Clarity 1.0.5; just reinstalled the theme & WP 3.2.1 to try to alleviate the issue at hand. This has to do with the nav arrows in the Projects section of the site.
For an example see:
What’s weird is that the “title” of the next project shows up, imposed over the arrows,
almost like it’s an artifact of a hover function.
Plugins I’m using are pretty harmless: Akismet; Online Backup for WordPress; reCAPTCHA Form; The Events Calendar; Widget Logic; Widgets Reloaded.
I’ve looked at this in different browsers & on different platforms and the issue remains consistent.
Any ideas on how to get rid of the “floating” text? I think that this is a new issue. It sure looks like a mistake.
The Fix from ThemeTrust [you may need to be registered]…
I figured it out. This is a conflict with the CSS for your events plugin. It specifies .next in the CSS. They should specify it with the id name first to avoid a conflict. Our CSS is specified like this: .projectNav .next a
You could try contacting them to alter the CSS in their next update. But for your now, you can edit line 431 of their events.css. Change it from this:
This shouldn’t cause any problems with the calendar.
Hey Kimbotron; Rob from Tribe here. I’d be happy to try and help you out with this issue, but I see that the link you provided to your site there is “Forbidden.” Any chance you could shoot me an email (rob at tri.be) with a link to this thread and a way to bypass that forbidden message, so I can see what’s up here?
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