I guess he's talking about the little Icon for "goto last post"
This is what I meant
Indeed these 2 links do not workEA117 wrote: ↑Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:56 pmIn your screen shot, you've highlighted the "arrow" by the user name, and you've highlighted the subject line of the next post. You are saying that neither of these things work as links to the post? i.e. They are not "clickable" in order to jump to viewing the post being referenced?
If its possible to provide a link to your board -- if guest access is able to see enough of the forum to show this behavior -- there are many things that the web browser will be able to reveal about what might be wrong, which a screen shot never will.
Code: Select all
<dd class="lastpost"> <span> <dfn>הודעה אחרונה </dfn> על ידי <a href="./memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=552" class="username">פרלמן משה</a> <a href="./viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6802&p=87886#p87886" title="מעבר להודעה האחרונה"> <i class="icon fa-external-link-square fa-fw icon-lightgray icon-md" aria-hidden="true"></i> <span class="sr-only"></span> </a> <br>היום, 01:40 </span> </dd>
<a href="./viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6802&p=87886#p87886"...part is there, exactly as it should be.
<dt>and its contained
<div class="list-inner">immediately inside each
<dl class="row-item">element is "covering" the lastpost column text such that any links cannot be clicked. If I arbitrarily force the size and float of those two contained elements so that they're no longer covering the lastpost column, then the links we can already see are there can then be successfully accessed.
<dl class="row-item">elements are the same size even in the default LTR display. It's only when the display is being "reversed" that "the coverup" occurs.
No, unfortunately no solution yet. Just identifying that it doesn't seem to be unique to your board. The "changes in size when then allowed the links to work" wasn't any kind of workaround; just "proof" that it was the overlap/cover that seemed to be at issue. With the sizes changed the layout was broken and not something you would want to use, but still served the purpose of testing whether the links then worked.
Which browser was that in, so I can add it to the testing I'm doing here? Mine was with Chrome 76.0.3809.132 both times; once against their production site, and again against a local XAMPP install. But still trying to determine more definitively why it's "covered", and/or why changing the size of the first
<dt>and its contained
<div class="list-inner">so that it didn't overlap the
lastpostcolumn then allowed me to click the links.
Thanks. Pulled an older Chrome 67.0.3396.79 build (closest I could get to your observation) and indeed, the links work fine and are "clickable" in that Chrome release.
urivil, it appears we're at a fairly conclusive determination that this seems like what we're seeing here anyway is "a Chrome version 76 and later" behavior, with Chrome 76 having been released at the beginning of August 2019. Does that seem consistent with the places and people who are experiencing the issue at your end?
Problem confirmed with Chrome 76.0.3809.132