Support » Plugin: SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle » Stretched images in IE after fix in 1.15.6

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Misplon


    Hi, thanks for reaching out πŸ™‚ Please, ask the user in question to clear their browser’s cache or open a private browsing window and then check the site, all should be normal then,

    Thanks for the quick reply.
    I checked on my pc as well.
    It works in all other browsers except IE. I have version 11.437.17763.0
    I cleared the cache, tested n Private browsing but it doesn’t work

    You can see a test on this page
    Normallu the images stay between the brown lines but they go beyond at the right side?

    Also the page doesn’t look right in IE…
    When I revert back to 1.15.4, then it works.

    sorry, iforgot to paste the second example page:

    It seems that when I remove in the css code below the line
    width: inherit;
    that it works then in IE

    .so-widget-sow-image-default-ad2c8d41f7a1 .sow-image-container .so-widget-image {
        display: block;
        max-width: 100%;
        width: inherit;
        height: auto;

    The strange thing is that the line is there in version 11.16.4 as well and then it works.
    What might have changed then ?

    Plugin Support alexgso


    Hi hugowachters,

    Please add the following CSS to WP Admin > Appearance > Customize, Additional CSS:

    .so-widget-sow-image .sow-image-container {
    	display: block;

    How does that look?

    Hi Alex,
    That worked. thanks.
    I will put it later in the css file of the child theme.

    I changed before the width to 100% (in the code I posted) and that worked as well but that is probably not the best solution ?

    Will I need to keep that in my CSS or will there be an update shortly of the plugin ?

    Sorry, the pages I posted are OK after your css proposal but on the following page, the icons at the top are not inline with the text below

    When I put
    .so-widget-sow-image-default-ad2c8d41f7a1 .sow-image-container .so-widget-image {
    width: 100%;
    in the css like I mentioned in the previous postsΒ°, then it seems OK on all my pages.

    Plugin Author Andrew Misplon


    @hugowachters Thanks for letting us know. We’ve logged the issue here:

    @alexgso Will reply as soon as he’s next available.

    Thanks, Andrew.

    Plugin Author Andrew Misplon


    Hi again πŸ™‚ We’ve resolved the issue, you can see the fix here if interested. The fix will be included in the next Widgets Bundle update. Once you’ve updated you can try removing the Custom CSS hotfix and test. I don’t have a release date yet. If you ever want to quickly view a release overview, you can do so on GitHub. Thanks for your feedback, much appreciated πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the message, Andrew
    And thanks to the rest of the team as well.
    At the moment it is working in my production sites with version 1.15.4 so no hurry.
    I will test it as soon the new release is available


    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by hugowachters.
    Plugin Author Andrew Misplon


    Super, that’ll be great πŸ™‚ Chat then.

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