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  • Resolved IAmTam


    Thank you for this plugin!

    I keep thinking that there has got to be a way to reduce the space that the iframe takes up (in padding) after each link. I have tried a lot of things but It’s time to get some help. I’ve identified that the problem is in the class “fluid-width-video-wrapper.” If I could only adjust the padding for that. When I include a change on my css file however, the website is not seeing it. The instructions I give it on my css file are being over-ridden by the in-line styling of the element itself (which I can’t tell where it comes from).

    Any thoughts on how to get rid of all that space inbetween each link while still using the FB like button?

    I just figure there has got to be a way.

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  • Plugin Author Apprique


    Hi IAmTam,

    I’m trying to identify the issue, but I cannot find the class fluid-width-video-wrapper in my own page. Could you send a link where I can find it or provide a copy of part of the code involved?


    Now I can’t find it now either. Strange! It was in the iframe. The divider is too large so it won’t allow me to style the links to be closer together. I am using the template where the link, link description, and image are in a table. You can see one of the pages here:

    Also I have another question but I will start a new thread for it.

    Thank you so much for your help. Your plugin is the best thing for what I have been trying to do. I found this solution (your plugin) after about a month(!) of trying various routes.

    OKay, I think I figured it out. I specified pixels for the height of the table. But if the link description goes long, I’m not sure if it will just cut it off? For now, though, I found an solution.

    Plugin Author Apprique


    I understand that this is a temporary solution. If the facebook button is somehow to blame, you could add a <div> with maximum height just around that one.

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