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Topic # 240155 23-Aug-2018 13:26
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Today I am getting odd formatting of Geekzone. The banner is displaying as light gray and extends down behind the body of the web page, this is especially evident on the left side. The right side is also inconsistent and "jaggered. In forum list I am getting usernames appearing the post body of the post above.

 

I am using Edge version 42.17134.1.0.

 

I have done all the usuals like clear cache history forms etc etc. The web page displays correctly in MacOS using Chrome and in Windows 10 using Chrome.   





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  Reply # 2077930 23-Aug-2018 13:31
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Screen shot from edge

 

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Top banner odd colour :)


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  Reply # 2077931 23-Aug-2018 13:35
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Looks like edge dosn't like the body background-image.

 

So is falling back to background-color: #cecece;

 

 




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  Reply # 2077936 23-Aug-2018 13:41
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Its appearing on all pages, Front page, News, Forums. including drill downs





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  Reply # 2077937 23-Aug-2018 13:41
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Actually the image is there. It is just half way down the page.

 

Remove body css style background-position-y: center fixes it in Edge. Haven't checked other browsers.


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  Reply # 2077941 23-Aug-2018 13:47
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I had the same problem this afternoon, on all forums, using Firefox (latest).

 

Format was OK on Chrome (which I rarely use).

 

Self-corrected after about an hour.

 

Never before or since.

 

 

 

EDIT  I spoke too soon - problem is back on Firefox.

 

Here is a screenshot:

 

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  Reply # 2077948 23-Aug-2018 13:55
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In the sites css the body tag style has background-position:top;
Changing this to background-position: center top; ie (give values to both x and y positions)
Should stop browsers defaulting the background-position-y to center;

 

Edit: May need to add background-position: center top; to the .forumBox style to fix problem @Sideface is seeing.


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  Reply # 2077956 23-Aug-2018 14:14
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Happening to me too in Safari (macOS).




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  Reply # 2077962 23-Aug-2018 14:31
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I can also confirm that it is occuring in MacOS with Safari Version 12.0 (14606.1.36.1.6)





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  Reply # 2077981 23-Aug-2018 14:54
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Nothing changed in our CSS or templates in months. I wonder if it is CF cache. Will reset all when at hotel - currently at an all day meeting.




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  Reply # 2077999 23-Aug-2018 15:14
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Yes, happens on Chrome 68.0.3440.106 (64-bit) too


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  Reply # 2078013 23-Aug-2018 15:38
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Can also confirm that its appearing messy as well, on Chrome 68.0.3440.106 (64bit) and Firefox 64bit (Haven't tried any other Browsers)

 


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  Reply # 2078016 23-Aug-2018 15:43
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That's ... weird - this occurs when I connect via a vpn.  Toggling the VPN on/off then forcing a refresh makes the issue appear/clear respectively in Chrome

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2078021 23-Aug-2018 15:57
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Hmm, well now I can't clear that ... is it related to the IPv6 logo?


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