[theme-reviewers] How to deal with alignone: any best practice recommendations?
emil at themeid.com
Thu Jul 19 20:59:30 UTC 2012
There's something else going on other than generated styles, it should
always be something like this http://i.imgur.com/tCjaW.png and that's done
without clearing. What I am thinking that content itself does not clear (
http://nicolasgallagher.com/micro-clearfix-hack/) but I can't tell for sure
unless I could see a live site.
Also see: http://themeid.com/demo/responsive/2008/09/03/images-test/
Not really sure if this is something that you need to address, honestly if
that was me it would not even be mentioned to you, but reviewers are not
the same so... :)
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 8:13 AM, esmi at quirm dot net <esmi at quirm.net>wrote:
> on 18/07/2012 23:16 Emil Uzelac said the following:
> Just for clarification purposes, is it possible to get a scenario where
>> this would be confusing? It's the margin that "moves" the image away from
>> the rest of the content, just to make it look nicer, that is all.
> I guess you should be able to see the same thing in any flexible width
> theme. There's nothing intrinsically wrong with the display at 1600px. It's
> just that, in this particular case - the reviewer felt that the preceding
> line of text should have been cleared via CSS so that the layout in the
> 1024 screenshot was retained as the screen width increased.
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