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Editing Title In Middle Pod

Thread began 1/11/2011 1:40 pm by dgwhit288523 | Last modified 1/13/2011 9:40 am by Jason Byrnes | 1314 views | 11 replies |

dgwhit288523

Editing Title In Middle Pod

Editing the header for the middle pod using the content editor, I simply edited the name and uploaded the change. It forced the title down a notch (like a line was inserted above the paragraph, but it shows the same as the other two pods in the source code.

What causes this and how do I correct it?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

impossible to tell what caused it, can you post a link so I can see the issue to troubleshoot it.

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dgwhit288523

Editing Header

ecommerce/

I later changed the pading for the content section by editing the default_home.css file to be able to use a larger area in which to put the photo. Changed the padding to this:
#featuredWrapper p {
padding:5px;
}

Before doing this, the header title was as I have mentioned above. I simply edited the name and centered it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the code for the our store pod, i see:
<h1><p style="text-align: center;">Our Store</p></h1>

this should not have the p tag:
<h1>Our Store</h1>

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dgwhit288523

Header

This expanded the background in the header in height!

I notice in looking at the source code for the other two pods, that both are wrapped in a paragraph which was the way it was when I first did the editing on the middle pod?

ecommerce/

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if you look at the source code for the featured producxt, it is:
<div class="featuredTitle ps_main">
<h1>Featured Product</h1>
<div class="hr"><hr /></div>
</div>


however, the source now for the pour store pod has 2 h1 tags:
<div class="messageBar ps_main" >
<div id="aboutPowerstore" ></div>
<h1><h1 style="text-align: center">Our Store</h1></h1>
</div>


there should only be 1:
<div class="messageBar ps_main" >
<div id="aboutPowerstore" ></div>
<h1 style="text-align: center">Our Store</h1>
</div>

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dgwhit288523

Header

The attached snap shot is of the source code in the editing page and what I have entered for the header. Is there a way to view the source code page as you have it above from this content editor? If so, I have clicked through and can't find it.

The second snapshot is of the source code of the featured pod as it is published.

You will see that the header is in a paragraph? This doesn't make since.

This is exactly what I have typed in for the middle pod.

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dgwhit288523

Header

FYI, I just deleted the coding above from the editing screen and the header returned to the normal size (height).


ecommerce/

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dgwhit288523

Possible Bug

I think that there may be a bug in the content header editing screen for the three pods.

If you look at the actual site, you will see that the header to the far right is centered versus the other two on the left which are dropped down a notch. All three are the same when you look at the source code on the editing screen and are wrapped in a paragraph.

I have not editied the one on right, just looked at the code and canceled the edit.

It appears that if you make any change from the original default, that any editing will cause the program to add a paragraph to the hi tag.

I will be glad to send you the admin log-in so you can see what I am talking about.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yeah, i just verified that.

HTML Editor will try to force the paragraph tag around any changes that you make, the work around is to edit the title, go to source code where you will see:
<p>Your Title</p>

and remove the p tags. Don't click the source button again, or they will be added back, just click the update button.

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