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hansonexperience

DMS layout completely destroyed

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hansonexperience

Hi,

 

a tested a lot with DMS on my test blog on mamp. Today I wanted to give it a try on my blog online and uploaded DMS. After activating I can see the layout in Safari which is pretty nice. But when going to Chrome it is a complete mess. As one can see in this picture. Seems that css or layout is nog loaded?

Any idea what is going on?

 

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hansonexperience

Ah, disabled plugins and working fine now

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Rob

Excellent!


Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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hansonexperience

And slowly activating the plugins one by one 

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hansonexperience

Rob I think I have found the plugin which causes problems in Chrome (Safari and Firefox are ok): WordPress SEO of Joost van de Valk causes breaking the layout in DMS

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gwnich

Thanks for the tip Rod. The same thing was happening on the 1st of my DMS sites I upgraded which appeared fine in Safari and Firefox but all over the place in Chrome. As soon as I deactivated Wordpress SEO plugin I was back to normal. Will you let Joost know as he's got one of the best SEO plugins which'd be a shame not to be using.

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hansonexperience

gwnich"] it was not @[member="Rob but me who found the problem and the solution :-)

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Rob

And I take no credit for it! :D


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hansonexperience

Rob"] @[member="gwnich I informed Joost as he is also dutch. :)

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Rob

Thanks!


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