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Header issue depending on login state

11-21-2010, 04:11 PM
# 1 (permalink)
chad_newsome
Hi,

I'm not quite sure YJ pop up module is causing this but it might be related to the issue: Two white bands appear above and below my logo when logged in. I have tried to play w/ the .css files but not luck (though I am able to set the header a the right place either when logged in or logged out but it is only working fine in one of the states).

I do not know if it is clear or not but it probably will make more sense if you look at the actual site logo and try to login:

Home

Also something else that I have noticed is that the white bands that appear above and below the logo when logged in are of different format in Chrome/Firefox/IE.

Once again thx for your help, I have been asking all over and haven't been able to solve the pb so far. This is the first major issue I am facing w/ template formatting and I'd really appreciate any suggestion to fix this pb.

Cheers
11-22-2010, 06:09 AM
# 2 (permalink)
maggoo
Has got nothing to do with the pop login, just see the demo of the module.

But do have a look here: [Invalid] Markup Validation of http://pilotorama.com/joomla/ - W3C Markup Validator, more than likely all those errors are causing the display issues.
11-22-2010, 09:26 PM
# 3 (permalink)
chad_newsome
Thx. I have already looked at these issues but none seems to be related. Thanks for confirming it's not caused by the login extension, I guess that's good news.
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