Site's been up and running fine and I'd thought everything was sorted!
Found out by accident that the images embedded in the tabs on the "Services" page are overlapping the text content on some devices, pc's, mac's etc.
The page displays fine on the pc's I use and on many others. For the ones affected, the images display over the text in the tab. If I click the tab name the images aligns correctly at the top, when I click on to another tab and come back the image is overlapping again.
I've tried replacing the short code which makes no difference. Haven't loaded anymore plugins or done anything to the site, so at a bit of a loss what to try next?
This is the page with the issue, well maybe depending on your machine!!!
Screen shot of issue:
Correct page layout
Any help or pointers would be great.
Tried the temporary fix, but it hasn't corrected the problem.
Don't really understand what's happened as it was working fine, is it worth totally deleting the page and starting again from scratch?
I'll create a test page with a new tab and image to see if that replicates the same issue.
Guessing around the middle to end of last week, as I only noticed while using my other halves mac.
I know there was a flash update last week, I don't know if that would have any effect?
Created a test page with new tabs, image effects with light boxes and text. Same problem on machines affected.
Thought it maybe something to do with the lightbox, but still happens with static images.
Its not browser dependent either, if it doesn't display correct doesn't matter which browser you are using, same goes if it works.
Its not displaying correctly either on any small device apple or android which I've checked, which it was also fine with.
Funny as its just this one page and not on every machine.
Yes that fixed the issue, everything is working correctly again on all devices.
Just out of interest what caused it to happen, was it to do with the flash upgrade?
Thanks again for the great customer service, this support site is a credit to you and a great insight to the DynamiX theme.
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