Grey Shading on some pages with Chrome
I’m not sure if other people have this problem but there is a grey diagonal shading on my front page and some other post/pages. It’s near the top of the post/page. This just started appearing only a week ago or so. As far as I know it’s only on Chrome. My site is http://www.southcentrephysio.com Please someone help me with this bug.
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AnonymousFebruary 22, 2012 at 10:27 pm #24719
I inspected your site on chrome and it does show that grayish triangular shape on Chrome only. Seems to be with this script.
border-bottom: 1px solid #CCC;
-moz-border-radius: 0;make “0” to “0px”
border-bottom: 1px solid #CCC;If you change the 1px to 0px it fixes it. Let me k now if this helps.Admin
I’ve got the same problem in Chrome on my website http://www.nssl.nl. There’s a triangular grey shaded area at the top of my posts / pages. I’ve installed the latest version of Graphene and have changed ‘border-top: 1px solid #d8d8d8;’ to ‘border top: none;’ in the editor section, as specified. The problem persists, however!
(I’ve also made sure to refresh all of the page caches – I’m running W3 Total Cache – before checking whether the problem was solved).
Do you have any idea what could be causing this?
Ah, and one more thing! One user is reporting that he’s getting a rather strange bug when using Chrome. I have embedded several Youtube-video’s on this page: http://nssl.nl/schedule-results/webcasts, and when he visits that page (using Chrome) he sees this:
I’ve no idea how that’s possible, the HTML of the page seems to be in order. Also: I can’t reproduce the problem in Chrome here…Mod
Terribly sorry, the correct link is this:
I’ll ask him to share his browser settings, thanks.
My triangular grey shaded area-problem persists, though. Can you see that as well? It’s on every page of NSSL.nl, when viewed in Chrome.Mod
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