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This is rather a serious problem since the iframe doesn't expand over 600px.
It is probably messing up another jscript somewhere.
I'll be glad if anybody can help with this.
here's my forum link.
The discussions part doesn't extend as long as the content. I feel like It should be an easy fix but I can't find what generates the problem.
there is a div with class
and this class has been assigned width of
line no 274
change that width to atleast
for the frame to be visible
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Thanks but that's not the problem in this case.
This is related with how remote.js handles the iframe resizing.
If I use
instead of the remote.js in my server it appears normal.
I'm having the exact same issue, resizing works perfectly on the admin dashboard, however on posts its always 600px no matter what. I tried using the remote.js Forlan linked above, but no change.
Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.
I spent so much time trying to fix it and finally downloaded the latest version from GitHub and did a fresh installation. It got fixed. I have heavily modified the default theme and in the new installation I used embed-friendly theme. Maybe try changing your theme or reinstall.
I've been going back and forth on this one all night. Its almost to the point where I could've just customized phpBB faster lol.
@Versus why not resize your iframe by adding these iframe controllers to your inline element
margin: 0 auto;
Looking at your src code at this page
iframe id="vanilla44643" width="100%" scrolling="no" height="1000" frameborder="0" style="width: 100%; height: 600px; border: 0pt none; display: block;" border="0" src="http://www.versusguild.com/vanilla/index.php?p=/&remote=http://www.versusguild.com/forums/" name="vanilla44643">
You are mismatching inline elements
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@422 I don't follow you, that iframe code etc is all auto-generated by remote.js