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    • CommentAuthorrich4a1
    • CommentTimeMar 12th 2015
     

    Ok, I have had several issue come up with IOI out of the blue.. I am hoping that someone can give me some insight as to what is happening

    1. I found when I upgraded to wordpress 4.1.1 the "Purchased" ads would no longer display, only the default ads would display. I was using the Java Script link in txt boxes, If I tried the php link they ad zone would disappear from the website altogether. I ended having to replace all my ad zones with the IOI Widget, which seemed to fix the problem.

    2. Once I moved to the IOI Widget, the Middle homepage Banner now "Sits" on the bottom of the banner box .. leave a board on the top and sides and nothing on the bottom .. it does not look right at all. I would love to know how to recenter these ads so they display properly.

    3. I had 2 "Video" sections that used IOI to cycle through a list of videos setup as defaults "HTML" links (using youtube embed codes) .. They were working perfectly but when I upgraded to IOI 2.6 the videos now display at only 1/4 of their height. Even when you it the play the "Player" window will not open up. I had planned to sell video advertising on the site but this removes this from being possible. Is there a fix for this as well?

    Richard L'Hommedieu
    www.makingascene.org

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    • CommentAuthorSimon
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2015
     
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    1.) I'll check whether upgrading to that version of WordPress causes an issue with the javascript ads. The php version wouldn't have worked if you put it into a text widget, as WordPress doesn't execute php in those widgets by default. The OIO widget uses the php ad code itself, so I suspect the php version is working ok.

    2.) This one looks as though it just needs a small css tweak within the theme (there is no padding set at the bottom of the container):

    .tm_center_widget ul li {
    padding-bottom: 15px;
    }

    3.) This sounds as though it would be caused by the auto fluid zones implemented as part of 2.6. I've just added a field to the OIO widget to allow you to disable the fluid aspect, to see if that makes any difference.

    To test it, simply re-upload the "/platform/wordpress/widgets.php" file from the latest code and then go through the OIO widgets and make sure the "Use fluid width?" option is set to "no" on each.

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