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  • Leslie Fournier
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7 years 5 months ago #138693 by Leslie Fournier
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Hello again. I hate to asked for support again but I am stumped on this one! AND we just went live with the site an hour ago!

I have my login module and User menu (for logged in users) assigned to nuModusVersus_Right. It works on every page except the pages under a certain menu list - 2014 conferences. It shows up at the bottom of the page under the main content instead. I swear it was working there on Friday, which is why I didn't notice it before we went live. (yeah, I know.. famous last words) :-)

So here it is not working: tinyurl.com/k7gewct

and every other link it works - example : tinyurl.com/nuntgtc

Please help... Thanks so much!

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7 years 5 months ago #138694 by Krikor Boghossian
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Hello Leslie,

I cannot verify the issue. Both in FF and Chrome the login module appears on the right.

I also checked your HTML code and I did not see any unclosed HTML tags.
It is possible that you accidentally pasted some HTML code from a word processor which "broke the site".

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7 years 5 months ago #138695 by Leslie Fournier
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Hi Krikor, Sorry I figured it out late last night and forgot to post back. It was a problem with images. When they were inserted through the image tab the module wouldn't show up on the right. When they were put directly into the content tab the module worked. I didn't insert them initially so I don't know if there was any oddness in the way they were put in. I know the original images weren't following the image size rules I set either. Anyway, it's fixed now. Thanks as always for your quick reply!

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7 years 5 months ago - 7 years 5 months ago #138696 by Leslie Fournier
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Upon more investigation I guess I should bring this further...

This line 754 of template.css - span.itemImage img {width:100% !important;border-radius:6px;}
is enlarging the images from the k2 image tab to the full width of the column. Removing it allows the images to follow the parameter rules, but the login module still won't show on the right. If I remove the image the login module is in the correct position. Any ideas?

You can see it here on our dev site - tinyurl.com/mve4ny3
(and I will leave that item alone so you can actually see it!)

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7 years 5 months ago #138697 by Krikor Boghossian
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All images should be uploaded through the image tab, if you want your image to show up in modules as well.

This item has a missing </div> closing tag.
In particular the closing tag for <div class="itemImageBlock"> is missing.

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7 years 5 months ago #138698 by Leslie Fournier
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Thanks Krikor, I fixed the div tag and all is well. :-)

btw... the image thing was only happening to images uploaded through the image tab. I had found the answer through the k2 forums.

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