[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #1360: DB Log list in CampTix Edit Attendee Info CSS shade area extends past right margin
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#1360: DB Log list in CampTix Edit Attendee Info CSS shade area extends past right
Reporter: faddah | Owner:
Type: defect | Status: new
Priority: normal | Component: wordcamp.org
set-up meta wordcamp.org, our https://portland.wordcamp.org/2015/ site,
running WordPress 4.3.2-alpha (that's what it says in the dashboard),
using the current verion of the WordCamp Base Redux theme.
steps to reproduce --
1) in a browser, log-in as an admin to your WordCamp.org site using the
WordCamp Base Redux theme.
2) in the Dashboard, once people have started purchasing tickets through
the CampTix plug-ins for your WordCamp, go to Dashboard > Tickets >
3) choose a random attendee who has purchased a ticket.
4) click on them to Edit their Attendee Info.
5) in the Attendee Info screen for that Attendee, scroll down to the
'''CampTix DB Log''' a the bottom of the screen.
6) click on one of the link '''data''' entries in the '''CampTix DB
Log''' to expand it.
expected behavior --
the db log text should expand and the grey area background goes to the
right edge of the screen -- doesn't look the greatest, but necessary for
how the text of the db log can expand out to the right if it is lengthy,
but all other grey barred entry rows, every other row, in the log below it
should only extend as far as the '''CampTix DB Log''' div right margin.
instead of every other grey row (odd or even child or sibling, however you
are doing it in the CSS) below the expanded row in '''CampTix DB Log'''
only extending as far right as that div's margin within the window, every
other grey row extends right all the way to browser window edge. a screen
shot is attached showing this behavior. happened in a couple different
browsers for me -- google chrome on a chromebook, chrome version
45.0.2454.98 (64-bit), Platform 7262.57.0 (Official Build) stable-channel
peppy, Firmware Google_Peppy.4389.93.0, and Apple Safari for iOS on an
iPad Air, iOS 9.1.
this should be a fairly easy CSS fix, or jQuery, if you're using jQuery to
select and color the background of the ODD or EVEN child or sibling of the
Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/1360>
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