Support » Fixing WordPress » Update: V1.5―Getting Admin Area Fieldsets to Wrap in Opera

  • For those using Opera (tested with V8.0beta1) and V1.5 of WP, I have updated the fix to get the “Write Post” admin screen to render correctly. You need to add this to the bottom of your wp-admin.css file:

    @media all and (min-width: 0px) {
    #categorydiv, #titlediv, #commentstatusdiv, #postpassworddiv, #namediv, #uridiv, #emaildiv, #pageparent {
    display: inline-table !important; outline: 1px solid #ccc;}
    #categorydiv {line-height: 100%;
    position: static;
    margin: 0 5px;
    width: 11em;}
    #categorydiv div{height: auto;}
    label {background: transparent !important;}
    input[type=selectbox] {background: transparent !important;}

    This uses Opera’s CSS media support to activate this CSS – other browsers will ignore this and will thus be unaffected.

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  • This didn’t work for me – in fact it just messed up the display of the banner on that page. I’d really like to have a solution to this, as I love Opera otherwise.

    Sorry, reply posted twice and now I can’t delete this one!

    Even though I returned the css file to its original state, now the Dashboard displays wrong and the banner on all admin pages is overlaying itself. In ALL browsers. Yuck!

    Edit: ALL my admin pages display wrong now. Nothing wraps. Someone please tell me how to restore. As I said, I already tried reloading the original css file, but something beyond that has been affected by the changes.

    Natch, operator error. The admin css HAD been botched. Uploading the new one via ftp didn’t seem to work, I went into cpanel and replaced the whole thing there. Now all back to normal

    that worked great, Iandol, much appreciated!

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