Graphene 1.9.4.1. and Map List Pro incompatibility

  • enigma86d

    #9765

    Hello,

    As the title say, I don’t know if there is a actual bug in Graphene I didn’t know where else to put this thread.

    I just bought and installed “Map List Pro” (I reviewed over 10 wp map plugins and this seems perfect both in features and price) but the map shows up with artefacts and doesn’t always display the pins: http://www.pescuitlafeeder.ro/map-test/

    If I try a different theme (e.g. twenty ten) the map plugin works well.

    The author of the plugin says “Sometimes theme’s run their own filtering on any html that may appear on the page, and can incorrectly filter the html that Map List Pro outputs. Try switching to a default theme for a minute to see if the maps work then.” (source: http://www.smartredfox.com/faqs/).

    I hope there may be a simple solution to the problem as both Graphene and Map List Pro are really good stuff… (hope I can use them together)

    PS. wp vers. is 4.1.1

    Marius

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #44524

    Hi Marius,

    Can you describe what the artefacts are? A comparison between how it looks on Graphene and on TwentyTen would be ueful.

    enigma86d

    #44525

    Hi Syahir,

    After looking again, some of the issues seem to not be theme related, however, one issue remains.

    I have described it this image: http://tinypic.com/r/n2mvxu/8.

    I can provide the map list module and/or access to my site if needed.

    Kind regards,

    Marius

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #44526

    That would be quite simple to fix. Simply add this code to the theme’s “Custom CSS” option:

    .entry-content .prettyMapList img {
    border: none;
    margin: 0;
    }

    enigma86d

    #44527

    Uhh, thanks very much!

    PS. can you tell me how do you inspected the related CSS code?

    I usually right click on the issue and “inspect element” in Chrome but it doesn’t work in this case.

    Thanks again!

    Marius

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #44528

    Both Firefox and Chrome have developer tools built into the browser. Press F12 to bring it up.

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