[Resolved] Where to find/download a copy of the Dispatch site css?

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    Is there somewhere I can download a copy of the Dispatch site css (to compare with css on a modified site)?

    I’ve had a look but can’t seem to find anything.


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    David Customer Support


    Cheers! 🙂


    David Customer Support


    Hi David,

    unfortunately I haven’t managed to fix my problem (thought I must have broken css, but don’t think that’s the case).

    I’ve added the url to the ticket for you to have a look at.


    [wp_show_posts name=”Align”]

    – the featured images for the “Align” wpshowposts seem to have lost their sizing (height). I’m 99% sure these were working until recently, and I cannot think what has changed that has caused the problem.

    Where can you see it?
    When you scroll down the homepage, the first 2 posts use “Align” (also all posts on /posts use “Align”).

    What I’ve tried:
    – comparing modified css to original
    – turning off other custom css
    – disabling all (non-required) plugins



    David Customer Support

    They look ok to me. Sure its not just a browser cache issue?



    Doesn’t seem to be (in addition to incognito I tried different browsers and even different machine).

    Also, I realize I didn’t explain the problem well;

    – The “Align” images are no longer in the same size (aspect ratio) as in the Dispatch demo.
    – In the dispatch demo they are horizontal/landscape, with a fixed aspect ratio.
    – In this site they have a consistent width, but not height (they have became vertical/portrait and not consistent height).



    David Customer Support

    Can you provide me screenshots?



    Here is screenshot of both sites homepage:
    * Dispatch (original)
    * Site (modified Dispatch)



    David Customer Support

    The good news is there is nothing wrong with the CSS. Thats how it’s supposed to work.
    Your WPSP list has more content: a longer excerpt and the read more button. This makes the content taller which is why the image is portrait.

    Choices are to a. reduce the amount of content, smaller excerpt etc or b. to in increase the width of the Container in the customizer to give it more space.




    Thanks 🙂


    David Customer Support
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