Twenty eleven broken in new Chrome? (5 posts)

  1. zsero
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I have a weird bug in Chrome which affects a page in WordPress.

    I am using a slightly modified WordPress Twenty Eleven child theme. The only modification are basically CSS only, and it only contains colors / sizes mostly.

    My problem however is that if I insert the category list widget then the whole #secondary div becames non-clickable, until the #primary div is covering vertically. It only happens in Chrome, Firefox is OK.

    Can you have a look and tell me what is wrong? I think there is nothing wrong with the child theme and yet, this bug is quite serious. Is it a Webkit related bug, do you think, or just something wrong with the HTML/CSS?

    Live site

  2. sesch
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Same Problem here. I'm using a Twenty Eleven child theme, with CSS modifications only. I got the same Issue with the "Pages" Widget on the pages "Preis&Leistung" and "Tourismus". The issue just appears in Chrome and Safari on Windows. Safari/Firefox/Chrome on Linux/Mac and Firefox/IE on Windows are working fine. Chrome and Safari are using WebKit layout engine, maybe that's the problem.

  3. Michael
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

  4. zsero
    Posted 4 years ago #

    For me, this bug is present in Chrome when min-height was present in a CSS rule. I think I'll need to report this problem in Chrome bug-tracker, as it's clearly a CSS bug in Chrome, not in WordPress.

  5. Vanessa
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have a different Chrome bug. The "previous" and "next" links for images in the gallery don't work in Chrome but work in IE. When I look at the source code in Chrome the links are clickable and I can click them to go to the previous and next photos. I've validated at W3 and looks like there's an error in the syntax of the PHP. Anyone had this issue and they have cleaned up the PHP for Chrome?

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