• Resolved pb52


    Sometime in the last few days, a display issue has crept in. Instead of displaying the email address correctly, I get four lines of the component parts of the address, reversed email which I think, from inspecting it, are the js elements.

    This error occurs in the sidebar widget for Modern Events Calendar (see the ORGANISER box) but the same address displays correctly in the event details section to the left. Bizarrely, if I use the Chrome extension CSSScan to examine the CSS, clicking anywhere on the page causes the address to display correctly until the page is refreshed. I wondered it is was being caused by minification, but disabling Hummingbird Pro made no difference.

    It could be MEC that’s at fault here, but I have to have that plugin to display the issue.

    I wondered if you could provide me with any insights please?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Ironikus


    HEy @paulbarrett1952 – thank you a lot for your message.
    You are correct – Modern Events Calendar is causing the issue because of their CSS (It affects the spans we use for protecting the email).

    To make it work directly, I will provide you an alternative fix down below. You can add this piece of custom CSS on your website (Most themes offer custom CSS within the Customizer).
    Simply place there the following:

    .wpml-rtl span.wpml-sd{
    	display:inline !important;
    	padding-left:0 !important;

    I will also include a fix that forces the CSS settings so that this issue doesn’t occur again.
    If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out at any time!

    Thread Starter pb52


    14 hours from report to fix! Amazing!!

    Thank you @ironikus

    Plugin Author Ironikus


    Hey @paulbarrett1952 – glad it worked for you!
    If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out at any time!

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