Weavium Gridinator and Image Card bug


(Phil Dignum) #1

I’ve never received any replies when emailing Weavium directly about bugs, so I’m hoping someone here maybe able to help. I use Weavium’s Gridinator and Image Card stacks together and they’ve worked as expected until now. The stacks no longer behave as they should together. I’ve tested the Gridinator example page supplied when buying Gridinator, and this is also effected. I’m guessing this rules out any conflict issues with other stacks used on the same pages or the theme used on the site.

I’ve spotted that the example page works fine in Rapidweaver 7, so this problem is specific to Rapidweaver 8. Unfortunately I can’t roll the site back to Rapidweaver 7. I’ve checked that I’m using the latest versions of the stacks, and I’ve not made changes to the pages featuring the Gridinator and Image Card stacks, so I’m unsure why this problem would suddenly occur.

If I drag the image card stack out of Gridinator then it seems to work OK.

I’m using Rapidweaver 8.0.3 on High Sierra 10.13.6.

The website is https://thedignums.com

Below is how the page should look.

Here’s how the site looks now with the bug, as well as how the Weavium example page looks.



(Jason Bostick) #2

The weavium page is showing up properly for me. There are a couple of errors on your site. This one was one I was wondering might be related:
jquery-2.2.4.min.js?rwcache=563731494:3 Mixed Content: The page at 'https://thedignums.com/' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure stylesheet 'http://weloveiconfonts.com/api/?family=brandico|entypo|fontawesome|fontelico|iconicfill|iconicstroke|maki|openwebicons|typicons|zocial'. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS. (anonymous) @ jquery-2.2.4.min.js?rwcache=563731494:3


(Phil Dignum) #3

Thanks Jason. That screen shot of the Weavium Gridinator example page is from a preview mode of the Weavium file, the one that comes with the Gridinator download when you purchase the stack. It’s not a screen shot of the Weavium website. I opened the test file up to check whether it was a problem with my website file itself or whether it affected the stack in any Rapidweaver file.


(Jason Bostick) #4

Ah gotcha. @weavium was on here earlier regarding a different stack so maybe they’ll pop in if they didn’t get your email.

(You have a really nice site by the way!)


(Phil Dignum) #5

I appreciate the heads up about the Doobox Iconz issue. I’ll look into that too. Thanks.


(robertreinink) #6

@nookiedog You are right.
I can replicate this and see the issue in Rapidweaver 7 and in Rapidweaver 8 (the latest Beta) with the Gridinator project file from @weavium


(Phil Dignum) #7

Thanks for confirming. Hopefully there’s a relatively quick fix. There’s a couple of pages on my site that look a mess.


(Weavium) #8

Hi all,

I think I found the bug and it should be a quick fix~ Please give just a bit of time to update.

Thank you!


(Phil Dignum) #9

Any news on the update? It would be really good to get my homepage back to normal, it’s looked pretty broken for a few days now which isn’t the best.

Thanks in advance.


(Weavium) #10

Hey,

I am so sorry for the slow fix on this one! I had a recent trip abroad along with preparation for the black Friday sale… (still going with sales from 35% ~ 75% off! ^_-)

I believe I have finally fixed the issue, but I need your verification to make sure that it works on your site. Can you upgrade to the latest version 1.0.3 and let me know if it solves your issue?

Thanks!


(Phil Dignum) #11

I’m at my desk working now, so I’ll go take a look.


(Phil Dignum) #12

Looks like it’s working now. Thank you for sorting it. It’s a relief to have the site fixed and looking fine again. I appreciate it.


(Weavium) #13

@nookiedog

No problem~ Glad to hear we’ve got it working!

Cheers : )