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TOPIC: Featured Articles > 1 leading & multiple columns

Featured Articles > 1 leading & multiple columns 3 months 6 days ago #15502

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Hi,

I seems there is an issue with Astroid Framework on the Featured Articles views.
If you set 1 (or more) Leading Article and 2 (or more) columns for Intro Articles, then there is a kind of margin on the left of the first Intro Article... so that the next Intro Articles only start on the next row.

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Marc

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Featured Articles > 1 leading & multiple columns 3 months 6 days ago #15509

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Marc,

We did a similar fix that may be related. Can you try installing the dev version?

www.joomdev.com/forum/astroid-framework/...dhered-to-by-astroid

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Featured Articles > 1 leading & multiple columns 3 months 6 days ago #15511

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Txs Chetan,

This does indeed fix the issue !
Thanks a lot once again for the quick reaction.

Just one thing : with this DEB version the sticky header becomes transparent (once you scroll).
So as a quick workaround I added the following in my custom.css (indeed even changing the color on the Layout would not have any impact on the sticky menu background once you scroll).
div#astroid-sticky-header {
background: white;
}
But I guess you will also fix this detail of the DEV version for the next release.

Congrats for the good work.
I appreciate Astroid so much !
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Featured Articles > 1 leading & multiple columns 3 months 6 days ago #15513

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Sure, We'll go ahead and do that.

Thanks again Marc.
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