Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Using Featured Image distorts Event post

  • Resolved ldekay


    In the past, when a large-ish Featured Image is used for an ai1ec post it compresses the date/location/etc. information into a narrow space on the right, severely distorting the lead-in are of the post. Even worse, when the image is too large it actually appears to obliterates the lead-in information and pushes the description text waaaay down the page.
    Now, even medium sized images are being resized to fill the lead-in space, pushing the description text down the page.
    I suspect the expanded image is compressing the date/location/etc. information into a single character space along the right side of the post, thus pushing the description so far down the page.
    Because of this quirk I have routinely NOT used the Featured Image in ai1ec Event posts. I suggested some time ago to ai1ec developers that it be fixed. Instead the problem now seems to have gotten worse.

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  • Plugin Author Benjamin


    Hi @ldekay,

    I do not see any issue on your single event page, the image is on the left side next to the description, and that’s how it should be.

    We had to redo that event, removing the FI, because it is a current event. I just created a new Demonstration Event (for 2 years ago) that shows the problem clearly.

    Your tech, Sunny Lal, suggested this problem is in the theme we are using (Weaver II Pro). That may be the case, but it is something that has just recently become a problem since your last update, so something in your plugin is likely the cause. We will avoid using an FI for Events, so it is just a minor inconvenience for us. But for you it could be a harbinger of a significant problem, especially if it affects more than just our theme. Treat it as you wish… it’s your reputation on the line.

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