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    Hi Kriesi

    Really odd issue we are experiencing with the Flagship theme installed on http://wotopera.org.au. The Facebook “Like Box” iFrame code is in the footer text widget and ONLY on the home page does the bottom of the box get cut off.

    We have removed and re-created the text widget and this did not solve the issue. It works correctly on any other page on the site. Looks like there is some CSS overriding the height of the box to a random calculated number.

    Let us know if this is a known issue or if there is something that we can fix with Quick CSS.

    Thanks DGM171.



    Please add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS

    #text-8 iframe {
    height: 250px !important;




    Hi Ismael

    Thanks for the Quick CSS – This fixed the issue.

    Digging deeper into the problem, we noticed that the issue with the Facebook Like Box would only get the random calculated height IF there was another iFrame (or youtube video) on the front page.

    On the site there is a youtube video on the front page, column 2, under the slideshow – no matter how it is inserted (direct link to youtu.be or iFrame) the Facebook Like box AND the video would get the random calculation of the height applied to them.

    When removing the YouTube from the frontpage there was no issues with the Facebook Like Box.

    Thought I would add this as there could be a problem with the Template Builder coding for the columns in the theme that is causing this?

    For now, we are using the Quick CSS as we cannot convince them to remove the video from the front page!

    Thanks again.

    Cheers DGM171



    It is cause by the script on js > avia.js:

    // small js fixes for pixel perfection :)



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