I’m having trouble with the Masonry function. My content is generated as follows: a plugin is loading stuff from Twitter to WordPress and posting them automatically as posts by using Twitter embedded function.
Picture 1 / Front page, here you can see the overlapping in the middle column for example.
Picture 2 / This is the wanted result. Same view after zooming out and back in without refreshing the page (CTRL+Mouse scroll down – CTRL+Mouse scroll up)
Something isn’t telling Masonry what is the actual height of the content inside it. I’ve tried adding !imporant bottom-margins to .masonry-post and .masonry-brick, however they only did what they’re supposed to – not fix my problem. The plugin posting the content generates .twitter-tweet and .twitter-tweet-rendered classes. All help much appreciated. Awesome theme and addons!
That’s the word I was looking for – dynamically, I guess. The plugin in use checks every X minutes for unseen content posted in Twitter by user U. If there is new content, it creates a new post in a category of my choice. I have no further information about the behaviour of this plugin.
Any ideas for a workaround? This site is not that crucial so even an automatic onload zoom-in – zoom-out would do the trick I think, if technically achievable.