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Soapboxes 'Sinking' from view!

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liquid191065

Hi there, As you can see I have an issue with the Soapboxes not displaying their true height of 259px. I did have these placed on another page prior to this weekend when I made changes and there was never any issue with that, they were displayed in full. I am not a developer / coder and everything on the site has been done with no extra CSS classes etc. I also have a second Soapbox set that I want to add but the height differs with the second set to 333px. All Soapbox sets I have are 400px wide per box. Can anyone suggest how this can be remedied? Is there a global setting for the height of Soapboxes? Regards in advance. Mark. liquidmocean

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James B

Hi Mark, Your soapboxes are currently set to display height of 200px, so I would imagine that something in the Page Options tab is overriding the page settings. Go to the dashboard>Pagelines>Page Options>Site Defaults and then click on the soapboxes/boxes tab. There should be a figure in there saying 200px, change this to the figure you want and re-save. The refresh and see if that makes a difference. If that doesn't work, try the meta settings for the homepage and see if there are any random figures set in there etc. Let us know if this works for you or if you require more assistance.


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Danny

Hi Mark, As far as I can see the gap is the content area. Therefore, if you add the code below to your custom CSS, it will remove the gap.

.page-id-17 #maincontent { display:none; }
	#soapbox .fboxgraphic { line-height: 0 !important; height: auto !important; }

This should resolve your issue.


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liquid191065

Thanks Danny, much appreciated. Mark.

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Danny

No problem, happy to help!


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