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Minor issue with main_image_fader

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wrong centering image

Here is the problem url: http://bfed2.diablomods.ru/site/index.php?page=start
The problem appears in Google Chrome only. Viewing the page in GC you will see the image moves to the left side of the block when fading out/in then returns back. It is because of the absolute position of one of images containing in the href element while the href element itself is centered by the inline style of the parent div. The most possible solution that should work is to add "position:relative;" to the href element itself that should position inner absolute elements relatively to it. The problem is I don't know how to get to this level of page building :) If someone could point me to the file to look in I would be very grateful.

Thanks in advance :)
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Hi, old bug now, BLOCK_IMAGE_FADER template is likely where you need to go edit.


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Thanks Chris, you are amazing as always :) Shame on me, I totally forgot about looking into templates :)
I'm going to upgrade to latest version but there are so much content now that I'm a bit feared and want backup everything first :) Hope this weekend will get enough time for it.
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Always do a backup, even when doing minor upgrades as you never know how your site will cope with it.

raven, you might want to consider creating a clone of your site where you can test out upgrades and new features first, that way no harm is done if things go wrong.

That's what I do with my site.

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temp1024 said

raven, you might want to consider creating a clone of your site where you can test out upgrades and new features first, that way no harm is done if things go wrong.

That's what I do with my site.

How exactly do you go about making a clone of your site?

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There are few steps involved Tisnart. When I get a bit of time I will write up the instructions with some notes.

Note that while I can automate it, I prefer to keep it manual for the moment for 'paranoia' reasons.

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That would be awesome! Thanx

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Tisnart said

temp1024 said

When I get a bit of time I will write up the instructions with some notes
That would be awesome! Thanx

Wot! he said …..

 :lol:




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Fletch said

Tisnart said

temp1024 said

When I get a bit of time I will write up the instructions with some notes
That would be awesome! Thanx

Wot! he said …..

 :lol:



Looking forward to that info as well Temp! :thumbs:
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Oh oh, Now you really have to do it  :lol:
Fletch and Jean (I mean my brother :lol:)are looking forward to it too!

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Tisnart said

Oh oh, Now you really have to do it  :lol:
Do what?

I made no offer!

You guys are imagining things!!

You can't prove anything!!!

Don't believe everything you read on the Internet!!!!

Oh cr*p, the Internet never forgets!!!!!


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:thumbs:

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That Would be cool  :cool:

No pressure  :lol:

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