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  • #152827

    Hello,

    I was just wondering if there were any updates on this update?

    All best,
    Hannah

    #152902
    emilysuesrq
    Theme Author

    Hi Hannah,

    It doesn’t seem the update has been released by WordPress.com yet. We (Organic Themes, the theme authors) submitted the update containing the fix on March 21st, and WordPress.com review team received it. It appears it is still under the review & release process by WordPress.com. I would recommend reaching out to WordPress.com general staff for any further information on when they will release the update, since unfortunately it’s out of our hands at this point. I suspect the delay is due to a high volume of general updates and maintenance on their end.

    Just checking also that you saw the temporary CSS fix we provided that should help the issue immediately, until the update is pushed… if you need info on this or have further questions, let us know. Thanks for your patience!

    Best Regards,

    Emily

    #153293
    ttesagr20
    Member

    Hi Emily, having the same issue here: Captions are displayed fine on Firefox but very wrongly on Chrome and Edge. Could you provide some more help with CSS? We are using Natural theme. You can check how captions are displayed on Chrome, here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AkrXFYXqJNIIgd8UaIELpDTi8-RIAw?e=jE7ASW
    Thanks for your time,
    Sotiris

    #153326
    emilysuesrq
    Theme Author

    Hi @ttesagr20, can you please provide a link to your site? Thank you.

    Emily

    #153355
    ttesagr20
    Member

    Hi, it is not officially published yet so the link is ttesagr.wordpress.com. I have managed to use a part of the css you suggested and now captions are displayed below the pictures but they don’t wrap and there is a horizontal line below the caption that goes from edge to edge of the block

    Sotiris

    #153422
    emilysuesrq
    Theme Author

    Hi Sotiris,

    The update including the fix is reported to have been released, and we are seeing the issue resolved on other sites. I’m unable to determine whether or not the issue exists on your site, since you’ve added the CSS style. I recommend removing this style, clearing your browser cache, then checking again to see whether or not the issue is resolved on your site (it should be). If the issue persists, please leave the CSS out of the site and tell me on which page we can view the problem. Thank you!

    Emily

    #153467
    ttesagr20
    Member

    Hi Emily,
    I have removed the css from the site, and the problem returned. Please check at https://ttesagr.wordpress.com/υπηρεσιεσ/

    thanks
    Sotiris

    #153486
    emilysuesrq
    Theme Author

    Thank you, Sotiris. Upon further inspection, we did eventually replicate the issue again in our testing environment. This particular issue has been difficult to diagnose and solve thus far, because the problem seems to have been “elusive” in our testing environments. Meaning, once a fix had been submitted, it did appear to resolve the issue in our testing environments. Only upon your feedback did we have to attempt to replicate the problem, only to find it still persists.

    We have just submitted another update with additional solution to resolve the problem to WordPress.com. In the meantime, you may add the CSS back into your site for a temporary fix. Our development team believes this should solve the issue for good. Thanks again for your patience and feedback. Please let me know if I can help in any other way in the meantime.

    Kind Regards,

    #153494
    ttesagr20
    Member

    Thanks Emily,
    please let me know as soon as the and new fix is applied because the temporary solution is not a great one: the text does not wrap under the picture and the horizontal line is taking the whole width of the block.

    Sotiris

    #153558
    emilysuesrq
    Theme Author

    Hi Sotiris,

    We do expect the update to be released any time now. In the meantime, you can try adding the following to see if it improves the temporary solution:

    
    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
            .wp-block-image .aligncenter > figcaption,
    	.wp-block-image .alignleft > figcaption,
    	.wp-block-image .alignright > figcaption,
    	.wp-block-image.is-resized > figcaption {
    		display: inline-block;
    	}
    }

    Best,

    Emily

    #153834
    ttesagr20
    Member

    Hi Emily, thanks.
    If I add the code as it is, nothing changes. If I add only this part

    .wp-block-image .aligncenter > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image .alignleft > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image .alignright > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image.is-resized > figcaption {
    display: inline-block;
    }

    then it fixes the problem but the text does not wrap under the picture and the horizontal line is taking the whole width of the block.

    Am I doing something wrong?

    Sotiris

    #154049
    itsdavidmorgan
    Theme Author

    Hi Sotiris,

    Try updating your style to this:

    .wp-block-image .aligncenter > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image .alignleft > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image .alignright > figcaption,
    .wp-block-image.is-resized > figcaption {
        display: inline-block;
        width: auto;
    }

    That should hopefully resolve the issue.

    Thanks!

    #154209
    ttesagr20
    Member

    OK this looks better

    Thanks

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