First post so be gentle. I have been in search for a way to share family and event photos and found Piwigo. First, hats off to the developers and contributors with a fantastic project.
I use Firefox 99.997% of the time for everything and Opera for the remaining 0.002% and Internet Explorer only at gunpoint.
The issue I am experiencing in Firefox is in gallery view. The gallery albums and photos show at the bottom half of the page as seen in the following photo. I have tested this on 3 computers with matching results. Opera & Internet Explorer render the page just fine. I have a hunch it is a CSS issue, is there a possible workaround/fix for this?
Below is a photo of the three browsers mentioned viewing the Piwigo demo site illustrating the issue. Thank you everyone for your time and a wonderful project.
what is your screen resolution?
window XP, wista seven ? X32? X64?
I don't have this problem.
Thank you for your time. The system I'm on now is a intel quad core, 4 gigs ram, 32-bit windows7. The second computer is a intel i5, 4 gigs ram, 64-bit windows 7. Third pc is at a remote location is an HP intel i3 windows 7 64-bit.
Had the issue only been with one of my computers I would have just removed/re-installed Firefox. Since I could replicate this over 3 separate machines I just assumed it was a CSS issue and Firefox. Let me do this, I will quickly remove and re-install Firefox here real quick and see if that doesn't fix it. If it does then I wonder why it would do the same on a remote machine I do not even administer.
I will report my findings once completed, again thank you for your time and patience.
Edit: resolutions are 1680x1050 & 1440x900
Last edited by elduderino (2012-06-11 19:51:39)
Well, it appears as though a re-install of Firefox resolved the issue on this PC. I am very sorry to have wasted your time with what now appears to be an issue 100% unrelated to Piwigo.
The only common denominator with all three PC's is they have all had Firefox installed for a long time and gone through several updates each.
We expect the conclusion to the other computer then passes the subject solved ;-)
Your message will be used for other ;-)
The second PC issue was resolved with a Firefox removal and re-install. The third PC is in a corporate environment and is managed by Information Services. My account on that machine is limited so I will have to submit a service ticket to get them to remove/re-install Firefox. It took me 8 months of pestering them to get Firefox installed, lets see how long this takes.
Elduderino have you tried Firefox portable on a usb stick, my work used to take me to various clients and most of their systems would allow me to run firefox from a usb stick.
Except for one that actually deleted the firefox .exe, after that i kept a copy of firefox just in case