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Why this?

Postby SPQC » 24 Feb 2012, 16:12

Just curious now that I lost a complete day trying to figure out why there was a 75px image that was displayed as 74px. I'm no CSS expert but I'm not a noob either so I was messing around with Firebug trying to find out what was causing this and even some help from expert took a while before someone finally find out that the problem came from:

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.page-template-no-sidebars-php .entry img {
    max-width: 99%;
}

So I was wondering why this exactly? Is it to avoid some situation where an overflow could occur or something? I'm lost on this one.
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Re: Why this?

Postby SPQC » 28 Feb 2012, 16:16

I take this is not an error? Could have been old code that has been forgotten. What's the purpose then? Maybe a IE6 kind of hack?
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Re: Why this?

Postby sayontan » 28 Feb 2012, 16:54

Probably an oversight. I will take a look.
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Re: Why this?

Postby sayontan » 28 Feb 2012, 17:00

Well, a 75px image under no circumstances should be resized as 74px. The "max-width" applies only if the image is larger than its container, and there is no container in Suffusion that is that small.
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Re: Why this?

Postby SPQC » 28 Feb 2012, 18:51

Well, the problem arose in using the latest Simple:Press. You may read how desesparate I was in this thred but for now I'll only point you to the message that have endend my nightmare.
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Re: Why this?

Postby SPQC » 06 Mar 2012, 16:41

Am I right saying that this has been fixed in 4.0.4?

BTW, another one causing problem is the p,.p { margin-bottom: 1.5em; text-align: left; } in your style.css. This cause Simple:Press (and maybe some other plugin) to not display as intended so I must use p { text-align:inherit; } to bypass this.

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Re: Why this?

Postby sayontan » 06 Mar 2012, 16:44

This cause Simple:Press (and maybe some other plugin) to not display as intended so I must use p { text-align:inherit; } to bypass this.

That would be a Simple:Press problem. It is perfectly reasonable to have paragraphs left aligned. I don't see why a plugin should have issues with it.
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