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OK, this is driving me crazy.
Until recently, OIO ads used in the sidebar widget of the Wordpress theme eleven40 Pro (Genesis-based) worked perfectly. It worked great for well more than a year. Then one day, OIO gives me an error that the plugin isn't installed properly (don't know why). So I upgraded to 2.60 and that seemed to do the trick, except now the sidebar ads destroy the site layout on some/most browsers. In some browsers, it will work if you are not logged in, but will look crazy when you are logged in. (UPDATE: Client had AdBlock plugin installed, so there was no browser issue)
Every other widget and plugin I have works perfectly. It's only OIO that causes this issue. Remove the ad widgets, and everything displays perfectly. It shouldn't be an issue of sidebar width (it's wider than the ads). What should I try next? I'm running out of ideas. Thanks!
UPDATE: Problem solved! See response below. It was the new fluid option.
v2.6 introduced fluid ad zones (automatically adjusting itself to the width of the container), which is the most likely source of the issue.
Try opening the OIO widget and set the "fluid" option to no, to see if that makes any difference.
Yes! That was totally the issue.
Now I have a second problem: Whenever I switch the widget setting for fluid from yes to no, it won't stick. It keeps reverting back to yes. Any idea why this might be happening?
But I'd love to use the OIO widget instead, since that's easier for my client to work with. Thanks!
Yes, I think it's probably down to this:
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