Support » Plugin: Profile Box Shortcode And Widget » Widget does not scale width even though “Auto Widget Width” is set

  • Resolved mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)


    The title says it all more or less. The widget behaviour is exactly the same regardless of whether “Auto Widget Width” is set to “Yes” or “No”, in both cases is grab the width setting as the fixed width.

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  • mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    Actually noted that it also does not honor height setting, changing the “Custom Widget Height” has no impact.

    Plugin Author A WP Life

    (@awordpresslife)

    Hello Mrboats,

    Can you share your site url? We will check the issue.

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    Sure, check here: http://sifdev2.demo.site/, “Auto Widget Width” is set to “Yes” and width is set to 200 to illustrate the prob. Btw, the lenght seems to be OK after all, apparently there is some minimum lenght and when I tried chainging the lenght I guess I was under the min lenght or something as I did not notice any change.

    Plugin Author A WP Life

    (@awordpresslife)

    Can you please share a screenshot of Facebook Likebox setting page?

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    Btw, I tested this also now by creating a shortcode and inserting that into a text widget (instead of using your widget) and the shortcode behaves in eaxtly the same way: regardless of width auto setting, it takes the numeric value for the width and does not autoscale the width.

    Plugin Author A WP Life

    (@awordpresslife)

    Please set the setting as below

    Auto Widget WidthNo

    Custom Widget Width300

    Hope it will work for you check and let us know

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    It behaves exactly the same way so that the widget does not adjust the width, ie is not responsive.

    Plugin Author A WP Life

    (@awordpresslife)

    Please contact at our website here http://www.awplife.com

    Send your theme to us

    our team will check your theme is compatible with our plugin at localhost.

    Thanks

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    The theme is ThemeGrill ColorMag Free, but I doubt that this is a theme issue as both the Youtube widget above ad Twitter widget below behave responsibly as expected and adjust their width to the widget container width.

    https://themegrill.com/themes/colormag/

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    Checked your plugin behavior and it seems that the problem is that your code sets the width for the span and iframe into which the widget is rendered, you can see the problem here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/t4vfymue3zf58nb/width%20problem.JPG?dl=0

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by mrboats.
    Plugin Author A WP Life

    (@awordpresslife)

    Hi

    We have checked the plugin with your theme and it works perfectly.

    See the screenshot

    Settings – http://imgur.com/a/Qyc0T

    Facebook LikeBox – http://imgur.com/a/WmsKu

    If still any issue contact at – http://www.awplife.com

    mrboats

    (@wpseiskaadmin)

    Well, actually your picture shows exactly the problem that I have been reporting, the widget is not responsive and does not fill the width of the widget container (you can see the width of the container from the line under the widget title).

    Also, if you now make the browser window a lot smaller, the widget will overflow outside the widget container and if you view the site on a mobile device, the widget will be too narrow.

    So still the problem is that your widget in fact is not responsive…

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