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  • #1157895

    Hi,
    I placed a masonry section on this page (see private)
    The strange thing is that in on the Google Chrome browser there is a darkgrey border between the images, see screenshot
    It doesn’t show on FireFox or Edge.
    How do I get rid of this?

    I use a child-theme
    thanks in advance,
    Karin

    #1158060

    Hey Karin,

    Please try the following in Quick CSS under Enfold->General Styling:

    .avia-chrome .av-large-gap.av-fixed-size .av-masonry-entry .av-inner-masonry {
        top: 1px !important;
    }

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #1158117

    Hi Rikard,

    Thanks, but it doesn’t disappear.
    I noticed that it does disappear when I deactivate the “Animation on load”. I guess it has something to do with that?

    best regards,
    Karin

    #1158254

    Hi,

    I’m not seeing any grey borders at all. Is this with a certain device or screen size? Or, has this been resolved?

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon

    #1158274

    hi Jordan,
    That’s because I deactivated the “Animation on load” in the masonry settings. When it is activated the grey borders appear in Google Chrome.

    I don’t mind to deactivate the “Animation on load”, but in case you want to see it, it’s on now :-)
    (Currently the page is not added to the menu or linked to, so visitors will not see it yet.)

    Thanks,
    Karin

    #1158306

    Hi,

    Add this to quick css:

    .main_color .av-masonry-outerimage-container{
    background-color:none!important;
    }

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon

    #1158454

    hi Jordan,
    Unfortunately that doesn’t work either. For testing purposes I changed the color in your code from “none” to “ff0000” and as you will see the darkgreyborders are still there. When you hover over an item this border disappears and you will see in a tiny fraction some red (“ff0000”), so it is not the section that needs adjusting.
    Again: it only occurs in Google Chrome and when the Masonry block has the option “Animation on load” activated.

    thanks,
    Karin

    #1158713

    Hi Karin,

    It works when I check in Chrome if I combine this CSS:

    .main_color .av-masonry-outerimage-container {
        background-color: transparent !important;
    }

    With what I previously posted. I couldn’t see the first CSS I posted applying though, did you take it out?

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #1158777

    Hi Rikard,
    I did several combinations:
    I combined the first:
    .avia-chrome .av-large-gap.av-fixed-size .av-masonry-entry .av-inner-masonry {
    top: 1px !important;
    }

    with with one I received from Jordan:
    .main_color .av-masonry-outerimage-container{
    background-color:none!important;
    }
    But that didn’t work, and then I tried the last one without the first one, to no avail.
    Currently these two CSS are added to the quick CSS:

    .avia-chrome .av-large-gap.av-fixed-size .av-masonry-entry .av-inner-masonry {
    top: 1px !important;
    }
    .main_color .av-masonry-outerimage-container {
    background-color: transparent !important;
    }

    But as you see the grey border still persists.

    UPDATE I just checked a similar page, but there the greyborder are not visible. I’ll check what’s different.

    thanks,
    Karin

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by  karinorage.
    #1158932

    hi Rikard.
    Okay, this is a mystery.
    First of all: the CSS didn’t work.

    Here is the mystery I found, text above the masonry seems to cause the appearance of the greyborder in Chrome.
    When the textblock consists of 1 or 3 paragraphs the borders are visible.
    When it consists of 2 paragraphs or more than 3 the borders are not visible.
    Isn’t that weird?
    I made some testpages with identical blocks, but different in amount of paragraphs ( see details in private content):
    one-paragraph/ border
    wo-paragraphs/ no border
    three-paragraphs/ border

    And I added you to the dasboard ( see details in private content) so you can see for yourself.

    For the time being I will deactivate the “Animation on load” on the original pages, because they have to appear for public this week.

    thanks,
    Karin

    #1160150

    Hi,

    Thank you for the update.

    We don’t really see the borders between the Masonry items in Chrome on Windows 10, and the current layout of the element looks different compare to the initial screenshot. Did you increase the space or gap between the items? Please check the screenshot below.

    Screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/UI4CIVT

    Best regards,
    Ismael

    #1160247
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    #1160552

    Hi,

    you manage to send me back the example of which I said that there it does not occur.

    Sorry about that. We still however don’t see the issue on the other two pages where the border should occur. Please check the screenshots below:

    one-paragraph: https://imgur.com/a/EFpDCHr
    three-paragraph: https://imgur.com/a/6CyZG4T

    Those screenshots are from Chrome Windows 10.

    Thank you for your patience.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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