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  • if you’re running any other unofficial bp plugins, go ahead and disable those, clear your cache and refresh your site to see if it elimnates the issue. if the problem persists, there’s probably a css bug in one of your themes, which means you should probably re-download/replace and check to see if that solves the problem — you can probably replace/upgrade your entire installation, anyway, since BP 1.0.1 is out now =)

    Avatar of Carpconnect
    carpconnect
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    @carpconnect

    The themes are the default BBpress ones, the plugins i am running are

    BuddyPress

    BPContents

    Support

    Signup TOS

    Additional Privacy

    All in one SEO

    Simple Site maps

    Upgrades

    Invite

    I would not have thought these would have affected user profile layout?

    Will upgrade to new version and see how that goes.

    Avatar of Manoj Kumar
    talk2manoj
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    @talk2manoj

    I think you are using IE6.

    Can you please check it in other browsers like Firefox or Safari?

    Avatar of Carpconnect
    carpconnect
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    @carpconnect

    Ok i have done the update and still have the issue in user profile ‘activity’ with profile image alignment?

    In edit profile the fonts are better but not perfect but still have the poor alignment with overlaps?

    Also extra profile fields align to left once then pass the left menu which is not pleasant to look at.

    Am i the only one getting these issues?

    Apart from the changing the Buddypress nav bar image and setting new size my css files are standard with default buddypress themes.

    This is on firefox on linux.

    cheers

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Carpconnect-

    You have another thread here that is dealing with related issues. You never did respond to my last set of questions in that thread.

    Finally, to answer your question above:

    the plugins i am running are

    BuddyPress

    BPContents

    Support

    Signup TOS

    Additional Privacy

    All in one SEO

    Simple Site maps

    Upgrades

    Invite

    I would not have thought these would have affected user profile layout?

    Yes, plugin conflicts can affect the way data is output to your browser. To debug this issue, you need to distill your environment down to the lowest common denominator. That means disabling all plugins except BuddyPress AND you need to be using the default themes that come with BP.

    Do that, and report back here.

    Avatar of Carpconnect
    carpconnect
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    @carpconnect

    I will try that on a fresh install on test server.

    If by other thread you mean the one below, i did respond.

    http://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=2977&replies=9#post-17213

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    carpconnect
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    @carpconnect

    Ok found the problem, it was the sitewide css file.

    I had just copied over the content of base.css into sitewide.css and this was causing the problem.

    I had only changed one colour.

    I take i need to be more selective in what put in sitewide.css is it not possible to just copy base.css and edit that?

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    I am glad your issue is resolved! If that is the case, please set the light to green in both this thread and this one.

    By the way, this is the particular question I asked in the other thread that you did not answer. I asked:

    You also are saying that you did not touch the code or CSS within those two theme directories at all.

    From your post above, it appears that you did indeed touch the CSS and that is what caused the problem.

    As to your last question:

    I take i need to be more selective in what put in sitewide.css is it not possible to just copy base.css and edit that?

    Since you are in essence making a custom theme every time you touch a single piece of code or CSS in the default themes, you should follow this approach.

    Make a copy of both bphome theme and bpmember theme. Give them new, unique names. Your theme customizations should be done in these copies, not the originals. That way, if you have issues with your custom themes (and we all do when working on customization), you can switch back to the standard BP themes to see how things should work.

    Avatar of Carpconnect
    carpconnect
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    @carpconnect

    Hello and thanks for reply.

    I will create a custom theme but will still have the same issue with layout if copy content of base.css to sitewide.css!

    But will start another thread for that issue.

    As to the other thread, yes i did change the css but can’t for the life of me see how changing the colour will alter what font is used?

    I will mark other as resolved in that i now know why even if it is not to my liking.

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