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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins


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    For some reason the first two posts are positioned absolute.
    Can you try deactivating plugins to explore whether any could be responsible?

    Thanks for the reply Andrew, I deactivated them all, and still got the same result…

    I get same issue too. In search page, some posts/article are over others, and if i attemp remove absolute positioning, the back post disapears. Will be a bug in 3 column layout calcs?



    Hi fseven,

    Following your links in Chrome I don’t see any overlapping images.

    What I found was that if both posts and pages match the search term, the results overlap:
    http://wp.bridgewater.edu/dparsley//?s=pinboard (5 posts overlap 1 page)
    http://wp.bridgewater.edu/dparsley//?s=wordpress (5 posts over 3 pages)

    I seem to have the same problem. Tested in Chromium and Firefox (on Linux Mint platform). Anyone know of a fix or workaround? Other than making sure none of my pages contain the same words as any of my posts i mean? 🙂

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    @dynamicman, if you create a new thread you’ll be visible to everyone on this forum rather than everyone on this thread.



    Wouldn’t it be better to keep discussion that’s related to this issue in one topic, rather than having multiple unsolved discussions going on at one?

    I’m seeing the same issue, by the way. I’m trying to nail down exactly where the ‘absolute’ css attribute is being defined, but haven’t been able to find it yet. Has any progress been made on this?

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    No, resolving everyone’s issue at the same time is much harder than resolving 1 person’s issue.

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