Any suggestions on this or ideas why this may be happneing? See 2 graphics below. One is my site in Chrome (newest version on windows 7 machine)... the next image is on Internet Explorer on the same machine.
While you are looking, would LOVE any feedback/suggestions on the site. http://www.stapletonconnect.com
I have reported much simpler display issues in Creators multiple times over several years and no one from Ning has yet researched and advised on them, via tickets or otherwise. What do you suggest? I just thought after reading your interested reply to Janice above on Thursday that maybe some Ning back-end staff are now interested in these content display things we report, which after all are where "the rubber meets the road" for our network members and audiences. (I won't share any off-topic details here, though links to my unresolved past queries are instantly available and findable via my name for anyone interested.)
I've seen the Ning Team several times dig deeply and extensively into seemingly more 'exotic' complex JS and CSS coding issues with must gusto ... why do they ignore simpler-level easier visible standard web content distortions apparently caused by some conflicts with internal platform-wide Ning code/structure? ...simple stuff like CSS z-index layering that works with all browsers, even much older ones.
Thanks for your "I think someone here needs to take a closer look at this for you. ".... how many times have we NC's thought, said and asked that??
were do those codes exactly in css as I have same issues with video and grouops , had to place grouops on side bar lol thanks
we have the same
me too, sometimes in Firefox and always in chrome
I have experienced this, altho rarely. My cure was to clear the cache, and restart the browser.