Category Listings behavour with divs?

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  • #70656

    stkirby
    Member

    Hello,
    I’m struggling to workout why I’m getting different behovour with category listings to a post view.
    I have posts like this http://brissupclub.com.au/2015/02/24/raby-bay-foreshore-park-raby-bay-redlands/ which have to widgets on the News Sidebar and it displays correctly.
    When I list by category http://brissupclub.com.au/category/suping-location/location-area/brisbane-southside/ the sidebar drops from the rights side to the bottom.
    I’m assuming that my divs are causing this, when I remove them it displays correctly.
    I’ll spend a bit more time on this, just checking my div clears are correct. Any thoughts? The strange part is the difference between the post and the category listing.
    No big rush on this, just a bit annoying.
    We still love your theme, we’ve used it for nearly a year now, great work.
    Steve…K.

    The blog I need help with is brissupclub.com.au.

    #70893

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hi Steve,

    thanks for purchasing this theme.
    I’ll check this out and will write you back asap. Probably as you said some of the divs are causing this. Please leave as it is, if you can and i will check this out today.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #70894

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    I just made a quick check, i see you have one </p> and there is no beginning <p> and also you have one </div> that doesn’t have at the beginning <div> and i think this causing it.
    Can you please paste the code you are using in the editor to check it out?

    All the best,
    Ana

    #70896

    stkirby
    Member

    Hey Ana,
    This is in the Source Post. (can email it to you if you like), I’ve checked and can an I have no “p”s open or close. As far as I can see the divs all match up… Also ran it through a html parser.
    It looks? like the handling of the Category Listing page is generating this. I’m digging thought the html of the combined/rendered page, ugly things aren’t they.
    What I’m struggling with is that this page only has a bit of the original post, and that “extract” does not contain the html from the post.
    Appreciate your input, When the parser has finished crunching I’ll have a closer look.
    Regards,
    Steve

    #70897

    stkirby
    Member


    <div class=”Image_Lead” style=”float:left;width:65%;text-align:center;”>RabyBay02
    Sandy beaches on the bay, great for beginners, and bring your dog</div>
    <div class=”Location_Info”>Brisbane Area:
    Southside
    Location Type:
    Bay
    Map Reference:
    Masthead Drive
    Overall Location Rating:
    Good
    SUP Skill Level:
    First Time | Novice | Intermediate | Advanced
    Best Tide:
    Med | High
    Paddle Distance:
    Short | Medium
    Best wind directions:
    SE | S | SW
    Best Wind Speeds:
    Calm | Light
    Worst wind directions:
    N | NE | NW
    General Water Condition:
    Varies
    Bottom Conditions:
    Sandy | Gravelly
    Parking:
    Easy
    Boat Ramp:
    Yes | No
    Launching Jetty:
    Yes | No
    Launching Shore line:
    Sandy | Gravelly
    Launching Difficulty:
    Easy
    Launching Tide:
    High | Mid
    Hazards:
    A few rocks and shallow at low tide
    Facilities and Amenities:
    Toilets | Parking | BBQ
    Seating/Tables |  Drinking Water
    Showers | Dog Friendly
    SUP Hire Available
    Yes
    SUP Hire Web Sites
    Bay Island Stand Up Paddle Company
    RabyBay</div>
    <div class=”Location_Description” style=”float:left;width:65%;”>Raby Bay Foreshore Park is an great bayside location for beginners with its’ sandy beaches. There are three beaches to choose from with the last one is an off lead dog beach.
    The easiest way to get there is to head to Cleveland and look to turn left after the train station. Then head up Masthead Drive (at the round about), follow it along until you get to the series of three beaches. The last beach is the off leach dog beach. There are many options for paddling:

    • For the first-timer paddler, great fun can be had learning to paddle around the beaches, falling off in relative safety on high to mid times;
    • On high to mid tide you can paddle along the coast of Raby Bay to Cleveland Point and back, 4kms;
    • Calm days head to the right and pebble over to the mangroves to view the wildlife and turtles, 6kms;
    • For a difference pace you can go into the cannels systems to get out of the wind and go house and boat shopping. The distance varies we have spent several hours going in and out of the branches of the cannels.

     
    <h4>Weather Conditions</h4>
    The location is good to paddle most conditions but strong Northerlies produces a lot of chop.
    Strong southerlies are fine, just stay close to the shore.
    Probably best to avoid low tide and have lunch at one of the BBQ and a nap under a tree.
     
    <h4>Access and Launching</h4>
    This is probably one of the easiest locations to access, you can take your board from the roof of the car and put the board on the sand from 50 metres of parking.
     
    <h4>Location Hazards</h4>
    Hazard are few but be careful at low tide for rocks, coral and shallows.
     
    <h4>Summary</h4>
    All up this is a great location that is not commonly known around Brisbane. With the facilities and the dog park it makes it a great location for a family day out.. You may even see a turtle or dugong.

    </div>
    <div class=”location_footer” style=”clear:both;position:relative;top:20px;”>RabyBayDogPark RabyBay03</div>

    #70901

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    I’ll check this out and will write you back tomorrow. Will check the category page of the theme to see if there are some bugs.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #71025

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hey Steve,

    some bug is in relation with infinite scroll and theme archive page. I’ll make a theme fix tomorrow and will let you know when update is live.
    Thanks for letting me know about it.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #71039

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hey Steve,

    update is done, check it out and let me know if everything is fine.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #71041

    stkirby
    Member

    Hi Ana,
    Great work, renders well.
    I see you changed it to the full articles not the summaries, was that deliberate?
    Not that that is critical as we have a master manual list per category but I liked it the other way, less work. I have in the wordpress settings selected “For each article in a feed, show as Summary”.
    On the whole I like it as a summary.
    Thanks again,
    If you were local I take you for a paddle.
    Steve…K.

    #71064

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hey Steve,

    sorry for a little delay on this, we were working like a crazy the whole weekend. We made a new design for our website. It was a lot of work before we went live with it ;).
    I’ll check this out during the week to see if i can make it like before.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #71095

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hi Steve,

    we decided to leave it as it is for now as most users like it this way.

    All the best,
    Ana

    #71096

    stkirby
    Member

    Thanks Ana, appreciate your time greatly.
    We don’t really pay enough for the effort you put in.
    I can manually work around it, you can close out the request.
    Regards,
    Steve…K.

    #71097

    anarieldesign
    Theme Author

    Hi Steve,

    thanks a lot, we like to help when we can :).
    Thank you one more time for your nice review, we appreciate it a lot.

    All the best,
    Ana

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