ADBlock display CSS conflict
I first thought Dick was working on the interface but 2 days later it was still there.
I'm on windows 7 under firefox so I tried on my husband's PC (7 and firefox also) : same result.
I tried Chrome - which I never use : it was perfect.
On my mac, firefox had no display problem neither (even if ADBlock is activated).
Then I had the idea to disable ADBlock and everything was back to normality. Too proud to have solved my problem alone like a big girl !
Am I the only one in that case ?
Edited by marmotte on 04-02-2017 17:30
Sometimes their ideas on what to block are a little special and unforeseeable, thank you very much for bringing this to my attention, and, yes, very very good troubleshooting there, too *pats marmottes shoulder* :)
I just changed the way the CSS (that's the part of the code responsible for layout & display) is delivered,
so this issue should be fixed until they come up with some new gag.
Thanks again and happy jamming!
yes, you are looking at the administrators signature.
Here's the result ON/OFF :
Edited by marmotte on 05-02-2017 13:44
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