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Weather description is not aligned within module

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The weather module is nice, but it often makes the text continue outside of the module box which looks messy.

Please see the attached image.



Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can fix this?

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10 Answers

Ehsan Riyadh

More than a month ago #Permalink
Please, add some css for this.

Heath

More than a month ago #Permalink
I have found a different weather module else where that doesn't require custom css files to work. Thanks anyway

Ehsan Riyadh

More than a month ago #Permalink
Do you use latest version of weather module?

Heath

More than a month ago #Permalink
I downloaded mod_sp_weather_j25.zip from your site yesterday, so I think it is the latest.

Ehsan Riyadh

More than a month ago #Permalink
Please, edit some css for this.

Heath

More than a month ago #Permalink
Like I said, I have found another one that works without editing css. If you are planning on instructing people who use your module to simple "edit css", that isn't going to help most people. You need to suggest an exact css edit because If I knew how to simply change the css to make the text align I would have done so. Instead, I did a quick search and found a different module that works "off the shelf" and doesn't require css edits to work effectively. It is called mod_weather_gk4_J!25

Thanks and goodbye.

Audra Gibson

More than a month ago #Permalink
I am having the same issue. Has this been resolved? If not, what steps exactly do I need to take. The weather module looks nice most of the time but sporadically shifts for seemingly no reason every once in a while. If the answer is to modify the CSS please give specific directions on how and where to do so. I am not a programmer so I can't figure this out on my own.

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Audra Gibson

More than a month ago #Permalink
PS- I am having a launch party for my website tonight and the weather module is all over the site and will not make it look very good to my vendors if it is having this problem. Please help as soon as possible - http://www.travelingink.com. Thanks!!!

Ehsan Riyadh

More than a month ago #Permalink
I think its fine on desktop version. If you still face the problem please go to ->
modules/mod_sp_weather/assets/css/mod_sp_weather.css and edit margin 0 on line # 13.

Regards.

Dean Craft

More than a month ago #Permalink
Ehsan,
I have to agree with Audra, as this is misaligned for my website as well. I know ZERO about CSS and after looking at line 13 stating "margin:0 0 0 -44px" with 3 zeros, i am going to ask what one and by how many. You state that this works fine in Desktop. Has it been tested in a live environement? Something has to "different" for it to fail on different peoples live servers. (Forcing Heath to look elsewhere and probably Audra). I am using it with the Default Protostar template for Joomla 3.1.5 , so it should be an easy testbed as that is pretty much Joomla out of the box. I know its a free module but i would ask you to consider looking a little deeper.

Thank you,

Dean


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