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Advertica Lite Theme > CSS issues with forum replies


  • zbgc
    Participant

    @zbgc

    Hi all,

    Running WP 4.3.1 and BBPress 2.5.8

    The issue: Forum replies appear above forum content in this theme (have tested using vanilla 2015 theme and there’s no problem). The partial solution is to play with CSS.

    I’ve got a CSS plugin (Simple Custom CSS) and making changes in there, and I’ve managed to get the reply content to appear in almost the right place using:

    ul.forums li {position: relative;}

    However, this means the content appears above the bb-reply-header DIV.

    Any help appreciated 🙂

    Thanks

    L.

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  • Pascal Casier
    Moderator

    @casiepa

    Is it a public forum ? If you send me the link, I can have a look…

    Pascal.


    zbgc
    Participant

    @zbgc

    Weird, I can’t believe I didn’t post the address >.<

    ZBGC Q&A Forums

    Thanks for any help you can give 😀


    Pascal Casier
    Moderator

    @casiepa

    My first reaction would be to ask the theme author, because it clearly is a theme issue.

    For the CSS, you will have to play with the “bbp-reply-content” class, but I don’t see immediately what would be the best setting. Maybe somebody else can propose something here ?

    Pascal.


    Robkk
    Moderator

    @robkk

    It is a common issue where CSS for WordPress comments reply link has conflicts with actual reply posts in bbPress.

    Copy this custom css in your child themes style.css file or in anywhere you can put custom css like in a custom css plugin.

    #bbpress-forums .reply {
        font-size: inherit;
        padding: inherit;
        position: relative;
        right: inherit;
        top: inherit;
    }

    zbgc
    Participant

    @zbgc

    Vunderbar! It worked 😀

    I’ll post this on the theme site too so peeps don’t get tripped up 🙂

    Thanks heaps! That was driving me bonkers >.<

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