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PostPins Issue with WordPress 3.9


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Hi,

 

Since I updated my websites to WordPress 3.9, I have an issue with PostPins.

As you can see here, the pins are not displayed well.

 

Is it the same issue with PostPins DMS with WordPress 3.9?

 

Any fix for this?

 

Thanks,

 

Jean-Philippe

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Posted · Report post

Hello @jean-Phillipe 

 

Do you have custom CSS on your site?

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Hi Martin,

 

Yes.

But I have already tried to remove all the CSS but pins are still stucked together.

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Yep - i see it guys - just checking on the CSS before i report this. 

 

Update you shortly.

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ahhh and of course I deactivated all the plugins

only I have activate 

PostPins

DMS Professional Tools

PageLines Updater

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@Martin Davies

Thank you very much ! 

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Thank you Martin.

Really hope the fix will be also available for PostPins Framework, not only DMS.

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Yep, reported on both - update you when i know something more 

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Quick fix 

 

.postpin-wrap {
width:244px;
}

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Hi Martin Davies

I need to add this

 

.postpin-wrap {
width:244px !important;
}

:geek: 

 

Thanks for the quick fix

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Thank you Martin but, if I understand well, this piece of CSS code will skrink a little bit the width of our pins, right?

What if we want to conserve the initial pins width?

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Hi Martin Davies

I need to add this

 

.postpin-wrap {
width:244px !important;
}

:geek: 

 

Thanks for the quick fix

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Thank you Martin but, if I understand well, this piece of CSS code will skrink a little bit the width of our pins, right?

What if we want to conserve the initial pins width?

 

If you can remove the code for me i will be able to provide something different for you in particular 

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Hi Martin,

Just removed the code on this website.

Pins width is set to 210px.

Thank you very much for your help!

 

Jean-Philippe

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Posted · Report post

Thanks for sharing.  Will there be a permanent fix for this?

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Posted · Report post

There will, it is on our tracker.

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Posted · Report post

Cool.

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I'm running PostPins v1.5 on DMS v2.1.5 on WP v3.9.2.  I found that the script.masonry.js file wasn't loading.  I went into the plugins folder, into postpins and edited the postpins.php file.  

 

function section_styles(){
wp_enqueue_script('yada', $this->base_url.'/script.masonry.js', array( 'jquery' ), self::version, true);
wp_enqueue_script('infinitescroll', $this->base_url.'/script.infinitescroll.js', array( 'jquery' ), self::version, true);
}
 
In the line it calls script.masonry.js, I changed the reference to yada from masonry.  This did the trick.  
I believe wordpress is calling a masonry reference as well.

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Hi guys !

 

I see that the problem is running since april. Have you done a permanent fix for framework ?

 

Cheers,

 

Michel

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micheldv - Can you provide a link to the site in question please.

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micheldv No a fix for this has not been released as far as I know.  Not sure why it's taking the DMS team so long.

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