Partials Are Killing My Layout

I have a problem I never noticed before and I do not know if it is a problem of Stacks, Foundation or RapidWeaver (or a problem caused by myself):

I build a Foundation project. I place content into a 1-Column stack - there are no special settings, no margin, no padding. The Styles stack is the default stack without any changes. Everything seems to be O.K.

Now a make a partial from that (no changes with the settings) and the content will jump to the left.

See screenshots:

Could you provide a download to that project file?

You can download it from my Dropbox:

Nobody has an idea…?

I tested with RapidWeaver 6, 7.0.3 and 7.1 beta - it’s always the same. Maybe other users could use the download link and test, if the issue happens on their systems

I tried it with RW 6.4 but can not reproduce your issue, sorry…
With me all looks fine.

The test file you have is for 7.1, downloading that now and will test when I get back from an errand.

Could you really open the file I uploaded to Dropbox with RapidWeaver 6? It should not possible because the project is for RapidWeaver 7.1. I Forgot to provide a download for 7.0 and 6.x

I uploaded a project for RapidWeaver 6 here: Dropbox - File Deleted - Simplify your life
and for RapidWeaver 7.0 here: Dropbox - File Deleted - Simplify your life

All file formats produce the same issue. And it doesn’t seem a problem of my system because I have the issue on different computers

I tried only what i could see on your pic in your first post.
Now i downloaded your project file.
It is the floating body, that kills you.
Without floating body but with a one column stack instead it works.
But never the less, it shouldn’t.

Same hiere. Seems like the Floating Body has a problem with Partials. Outside of the Floating Body, all Partials are fine.

O.K. then let us hear (or read) what @zeebe or @joeworkman can tell about that issue

It is an issue with just Floating Body. Stack adds a couple of extra divs for the partial that Floating Body was not expecting. The quick solution would be to put everything inside a single 1 Column Foundation stack. That seems to fix it for now. I will look into this more and try to come up with an update.

1 Like

Great. So I’m looking forward if the update will bring a solution