Facebook Like Button Causes Scrollbar

Many people asked us to add social sharing button such as Google Plus, Twiiter and Facebook to their premium wordpress themes. But they get trouble when adding Facebook Like Button, their website has a crazy horizontal scrollbar at the bottom of the screen that wasn’t there before.   I’ve also fallen in this problem for hours. I tried many solutions like adding “overflow: hidden” to Facebook divs, resizing those divs. But all of them could not solve the bug. Finally, I found that the fb-root div creates an off-screen div that is 575 pixels wide absolute positions it only in y. This div is placed at top:-10000, but Facebookd doesn’t define the left position. That’s the reason causes the scrollbar. I think you can figure out the solution when you know the root cause. Yes, that’s simple, just add this into your CSS: #fb-root > div { left:0 } Please let me know if you can or cannot solve this issue, or any new solution for this. Hope Facebook can solve this bad bug as soon as possible. Good...

Free WordPress Themes or Premium WordPress Themes

Nowadays WordPress Themes become more popular in the world. You can find many Premium WordPress Theme Providers out there. Of course, some are better than others. All of Premium WordPress Themes that we recommend on Best WordPress Business Themes are ones that you need to pay for (premium ones).  You know that there will be support from the company that developed them and they have vested interests to ensure that the theme (or template) works all the time.  Surely there are a lot of “free themes” out there, but almost themes have some of these limitations: have designer code in them, with links to other sites links that you don’t see malicious code limit of usage, example: you can’t use it for commercial purpose compatibility with new wordpress version. no further support. For Premium WordPress Themes, you can feel free to get support from Theme Provider. Process of setting up for a new website is very quickly by using the purchased theme. Almost premium themes have their own framework and not many plugins installed. All of functions are implemented in your theme, it helps your website loads faster. Premium WordPress Themes are paid ones, so Providers have fee and time to hire expert developer support you. Before request a help, you should spend times to discover the friendly back-end which premium wordpress theme provided. By using Preminum WordPress Themes,  surely you will be happy to figure out that managing WordPress Website is easier than ever. Let’s get our business grow up with great WordPress Themes. Thanks for reading. Please don’t hesitate to leave some comments for my post...

Best responsive WordPress themes

What is a responsive wordpress theme? A wordpress theme is basically a background design that is used to present your website in a way that will drive more and more customers to your website. When you invest in the best wordpress themes, you are able to save yourself the chair time required to put together a decent website that even a professional would want to visit. There use to be a time when responsive wordpress themes were all about giving you a background and a few added features to save you some trouble. However, as more and more people look for more convenient ways to set up a website, more and more features are being added. Resonsive Layout Now you can get a responsive layout with other features such as mobile friendliness which allows you and your visitors to access your website from any of their electronic devices like a tablet or Smartphone. When accessing your website from other devices, you can expect it to show up with the same quality image and features that you would expect on your PC. Not only can you get a professional design that is unique and will have your visitors wondering how you did it, but now you can obtain these themes with so many features that it will blow your mind. You can even obtain your wordpress themes with browser compatibility which will give you more visitors. Compatibility Some wordpress themes are compatible with WordPress 3.3, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and even IE 6, 7 and 8. With a responsive wordpress theme, you can expect it to change with the elements of...

Elegant Themes – Portfolio Template Added to All Themes

After creating the Portfolio page template for our recently released theme, Envisioned, we decided that it would be great to add the same portfolio functionality to all themes. As of today, all themes have been updated with the new Portfolio page template. We have also gone through and replaced all instances of FancyBox with PrettyPhoto to add improved lightbox functions. Portfolio Variations Portfolio Small – The small gallery displayed your thumbnails in columns of 5, allowing you to add dozens of projects to a single page without creating too much clutter. Portfolio Medium – The medium gallery displays your projects in columns of 3. This style is ideal if you plan to include titles/descriptions in the gallery (which can be turned on and off). Portfolio Large – The large gallery displays your photos in columns of two. If you only have a few projects to display, the large gallery is probably your best choice. Portrait Orientation – The Portfolio Page Template has an option to auto-detect the aspect ratio of your photos, and display them accordingly in either Landscape or Portfolio mode. In this example, you can see that portrait photos were used. Portfolio With Sidebar – You can also choose whether or not you want to display a sidebar in the gallery. Each variation comes with full width/sidebar options. Portfolio Without Text – Finally, you can choose whether or not you want to display titles/descriptions. These can be turned off interdependently. In this example you can see that both titles/descriptions have been removed. Portfolio Features Improved Lightbox – We have updated all themes with a new lightbox script...
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