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New Nav Bar post alignment interference


I have always seen my complete post after submitting new topics or new replies but the new nav bar is now hiding part of the post... see below:

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Can this be fixed?

PS: screen shot is what I see when using the Chrome browser...

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Re: New Nav Bar post alignment interference


Thor and I both tried to find ways to offset the destination of anchor links by the height of the navbar, but none of the solutions we found would work with the table-based layouts without it messing up most boards.

If I ever figure out a way to do it, or if someone discovers a way that will work (please test it on a board and make sure it works before suggesting it, because we've already gone through so many things that I thought would work) we'll gladly implement it.

When we finally get around to coming out with a table-less layout for boards, we should be able to make anchor links work flawlessly with the navbar. But for now, every solution I've tried with our current table-based code will only create much bigger problems than having to scroll a little* after a jump.

For an idea of some of the things we've tried, see links fixed header.


*Edit for clarification: changed "a little scrolling" to "having to scroll a little."

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Off topic, but how'd you get the search boards/users form? lol.

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Re: New Nav Bar post alignment interference


What about changing the anchor links to the normally hidden ".ak_msg_postlist_aboveposts_table" or ".ak_msg_postlist_aboveposts_table_td" for the posts?

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I thought of that, but then this wouldn't work:

#post280774 {
   special styling for a single post
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Ouch, we have to keep that from breaking you are right... back to the coffee pot (Sherlock has 7 pipe solutions, I have 7 Coffee pot solutions) emoticon

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Re: New Nav Bar post alignment interference


I wondered if it would be feasible to add another id in the places you suggested, but I don't know if that will work when the display is set to 'none' on a lot of boards, plus we would have the same problem anyway if there's no gap between posts, so that's probably not a solution we can use with the table-based layout, either.

I bet you never thought you'd see me stumped like this about something like anchor links. emoticon

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The only times I have seen you stumped is was when one of us asked for how to do something that was not possible to do (though CSS2 and CSS3 made some of those things doable later).

I am looking at discussion that seems related right now...

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Re: New Nav Bar post alignment interference


It never helps that IE is always behind the other browsers.

"Can you do this?"

"Well, you could, and it would work in most browsers but it won't work in IE."

Can you believe IE9 (and I think even IE10) can't do text-shadow or rgba colors? Heck, it can't even display a blur in an SVG.

About that discussion at sitepoint, I think she just wants a hover effect to fill a table cell, but I might be wrong because I only read the first post and first reply.

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