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iBox Responsive overlap


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Ran into an issue with the iBox section not flowing well onto a mobile browser - the only custom CSS I have right now is

 

.ibox .ibox-media .ibox-icon-border {border-radius: 0 0 0 0;}

 

 

Attached are a couple screenshots, one with full width and one representing the overlap on a mobile browser.  What is causing this issue and how can it be fixed?

 

[attachment=1527:Full-width.png]

 

[attachment=1528:mobile.PNG]

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Just to make sure... you don't have a cache plugin activated? If you do, clear the cache via its settings and deactivate the plugin.

 

Add this temporarily to custom code:

.ibox.left-aligned .ibox-icon-border.media-type-image {
    height: 100px;
    width: 100px;
}

Let's see if this works.

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Do you have a link to the site please? 

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What browser is having the issue with the boxes image ?

 

As I don't have that problem - http://d.pr/i/TziH

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On iOS - checked on both iOS 6 and iOS 7 and they both unfortunately have that same issue...

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Can you tell us what the settings for your iBoxes are? I looked on all four browsers I have on my android phone, and it's fine on those.

 

I'll try and replicate it, though I do not have an iPhone or iPad.

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I have these settings in Custom Code:

 

 

.ibox-icon-border {background: #FFE66D;}
 
.ibox .ibox-text {color: #000000}
 
.ibox .ibox-media .ibox-icon-border {border-radius: 0 0 0 0;}
 
And attached is how I have them set up in Customize.
 
[attachment=1540:Box options.png]
 
Thanks!

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Everything looks fine.  The only thing left that could cause this is your scaling of the images.  Each of your images is 150px square, but it's being placed into an 80px container.  As a result, the browser is forced to scale the images dynamically.  Not all do that, and result in bleeding of the image beyond the container, which is exactly the condition you're seeing. 

 

Try this... use a graphics editor and resize the images to 100px square and save with a modified name. Upload the modified files in replacement of the ones you have now.  Check to see if this resolves or improves the issue.  I suspect it will.

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Hmm...tried that, but the same result unfortunately.  Could it be something with the animation?

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That did work, but I had to adjust the pixels - the 100px made the overlap worse, but after fiddling a bit it's all set now.  Many thanks!

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Great!

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the above solution does not work.

 

My Suggestion: 

  • limit the width of the text
  • so that the text breaks below the image
  • once the width is in a critically low range (to overlap)
  • maybe you play with th px size
.ibox-desc {
    min-width: 240px;
}

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Your solution is interesting, but doesn't explain what happens when someone sets up 6 in a row.  It also doesn't speak to the responsiveness of the iboxes after this is implemented.  Have you tested your solution to be fully responsive in multiple browsers or with different column setups?

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Your solution is interesting, but doesn't explain what happens when someone sets up 6 in a row. It also doesn't speak to the responsiveness of the iboxes after this is implemented. Have you tested your solution to be fully responsive in multiple browsers or with different column setups?


No - didn't test with different browsers. I admit that this is only a quick fix which is supposed to be a tip that would require to be adopted for each type of box count. In general I would expect this sort of feature from pagelines team - if we are talking about the responsive design.


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Well I have just added several boxes to a page with a similar to setup i.e. image is 100x100 etc... and when I viewd on a mobile device, there was no such issue. Therefore, the issue had to come from custom CSS.

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