• Resolved danielmarsch

    (@danielmarsch)


    I use the UAG/Spectra post grid quite a few times in http://www.dgsp.org.
    Here (https://www.dgsp.org/vereinsleben/#jahrestagung) you see 10 boxes, every box should have a neat Weiterlesen-button in it – and that’s what I also see in the backend.
    In the frontend, there is only one bottom line of buttons, even if there is no box. Same with all the other post grids.
    One of the many many messed up layouts I have since UAG > Spectra.
    Any help with this?

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  • Plugin Support BSF – Judith Pete

    (@judith0)

    Hello @danielmarsch,

    Thanks for writing to us.

    I would request you debug using the steps below:

    1. Ensure you have updated to the latest version now 2.0.14

    2. After updating, please be sure to regenerate the assets. We do this automatically after the plugin is updated, but just to be sure, go to “Spectra > Settings > Asset Generation > Regenerate Assets” and press the button.

    3. Also, empty cache and hard reload while on the editor screen. Here’s how: https://share.bsf.io/2NumNvZ2.

    Please let us know how this goes.

    Thread Starter danielmarsch

    (@danielmarsch)

    Yes, I know and did these steps but unfortunately it doesn’t help anything.

    Thread Starter danielmarsch

    (@danielmarsch)

    Solved:
    The buttons were positioned absolute to have them neatly in a bottom row. It had worked fine, but for whatever change in one of the last updates (?), the parent element (.uagb-post__inner-wrap) had lost relative positioning and needed an extra line of CSS now.
    Thanks for you help,
    Daniel

    BTW: this is a common problem, in a post grid or i.e. in a row of info boxes: the boxes are set on equal height, but the content varies, more or less text. Still you want all the buttons neatly in the bottom row. Is there any way to do this except custom CSS?

    Plugin Support BSF – Judith Pete

    (@judith0)

    Hello @danielmarsch,

    Thanks for writing back.

    At the moment you may need to adjust the using custom CSS as the button occupies the bottom space depending on the content of individual post types in the post grid block.

    Hope you understand. Please let us know whether you have any other queries

    Thread Starter danielmarsch

    (@danielmarsch)

    Hi Judith, that’s understood, thanks for the reply.

    Plugin Support BSF – Judith Pete

    (@judith0)

    Hello @danielmarsch,

    Thanks for writing back to us.

    So I am going to mark this ticket as resolved. Please feel free to open a new ticket in case of any other queries.

    Regards.
    Judith.

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