Post Height

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  • #430
    Milos Stankovic
    Keymaster

    Hello Team,

    I have another question, i cannot seem to find where the code is for setting the post height, i know it derives it depending on the content on the post as each page is different although i need it changed to 100%.

    Any ideas on this?

    Cheers.

    #919
    milos
    Moderator

    Hello,

    Sorry, perhaps I don’t understand. How you mean to have the same height of all pages? It’s possible only if you have exactly the same amount of text on all pages.

    #920
    Milos Stankovic
    Keymaster

    No i mean the post page height is always the exact height of the text but is placed via a specific height that a php code determines, i want to change that to say just 100%.

    #921
    milos
    Moderator

    Maybe you can add this in CSS, but I am not sure if it works:

    Code:
    .post { height:100px; }

    or maybe to set minimum height of any post to the specific value:

    Code:
    .post { min-height:300px; }
    #922
    Milos Stankovic
    Keymaster

    I managed to amend the Javascript that controls the height of the main box as compared to the columns (left and right);

    Code:
    BoxHeights.equalise(‘column_left’);

    BoxHeights.equalise(‘column_right’);

    BoxHeights.equalise(‘column_left’,’column_right’);

    I took out the “content_wrap” code and left the columns code there.

    Is there anyway with this code to make the height of the left and right columns as well as the main content as high ask the highest one? Not familiar with this coding.

    #923
    milos
    Moderator

    You can put 3 or more values in BoxHeights, like this:

    Code:
    BoxHeights.equalise(‘column_left’,’column_right’,’content_wrap’);

    All values (column_left, column_right…) must be IDs (#) in CSS, not classes (.)

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