• @Madchatthew From what I can see, you have some custom JS that looks like the below

    const gridItem = document.getElementById("gridItem");
    gridItem.removeAtribute('style');
    

    I’m not entirely sure what this is for, but it will only fire on page load - not on AJAX calls which is used when clicking links. To fix this issue, you can wrap the JS so that it will also work on AJAX calls as follows

    $(window).on('action:ajaxify.end', function(data) {
        const gridItem = document.getElementById("gridItem");
        gridItem.removeAtribute('style');
    });
    

    This will then allow the same code to execute when the links are clicked. However, this then generates the below error in the console

    b846ea60-c361-4350-84f2-bc16fa97de9f-image.png

    This relates to gridItem.removeAttribute not being a valid function, so the JS fails and will not process further. This shortened version will work though

    $(window).on('action:ajaxify.end', function(data) {
        document.getElementById("gridItem").removeAttribute("style");
    });
    

    As I mentioned, I do not see any reason for this specific code to execute, as it appears to be removing a style from an element. Is this actively being used for anything ? This doesn’t seem to be causing the strange layout - I suspect this comes from the URL entered in config.json in the NodeBB root.

    The blog page should also show when you navigate to https://siteurl.com/user/username/blog but it fails to render with the below in the console

    GET http://x.x.x.x/assets/src/client/account/fte-blog.js?v=ph7njujnhro net::ERR_ABORTED 404 (Not Found)
    

    Again, I think this is because of the url value in config.json. Is there any way I can get access to the Ubuntu server this instance is running on ?


  • @phenomlab I added the js to remove a style that was making the layout not work the way I wanted. So I thought well I will just remove the style so that my css will work. When I did that then my layout would work. But maybe that is the cause of my issue?

    I will see if I can set it up so you can access the server remotely. I will figure out how to make the IP public so you can remote in or at least so you can access the virtualmin/webmin pages.


  • @Madchatthew great. Thanks


  • @phenomlab I sent you a DM with the info in it. Thanks again!


  • @Madchatthew I took an extended look at this, and the issue is being caused by the code you have for the custom template below

    <div class="grid">
      <!-- BEGIN topics -->
      <div id="gridItem" class="grid__item">
        <div class="card">
          <img class="card__img" src="{topics.imageurl}">  
          <div class="card__content">
            <h1 class="card__header"><a href="{config.relative_path}/topic/{topics.slug}">{topics.title}</a></h1>
            <p>{topics.date.full}</p>
            <p class="card__text">{topics.post.content}</p>
            <a href="{config.relative_path}/topic/{topics.slug}"><button class="card__btn">Read More<span>&rarr;</span></button></a>
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
      <!-- END topics --> 
    </div>
    

    No matter what I try, it looks like the CSS you have is being overridden by either the plugin, or the core itself. Based on this, I took the decision to rewrite the code. Here’s what is in use now on your site

    <div class="row blog-wrapper">
    <br>
    <!-- BEGIN topics -->
    <div class="col-xs-2 col-sm-2 post-holder" tid="{topics.tid}">
        <div class="blog-container">
      <a href="{config.relative_path}/topic/{topics.slug}" class="post-box" style="min-height: 340px;">
          <div class="parent">
        <figure class="blog-image child" style="background: {topics.user.icon:bgColor}
          <!-- IF topics.imageurl -->
            url({topics.imageurl})
          <!-- END topics.imageurl -->
          ;">     
        </figure>
        </div>
        <div class="blog">
            <span class="category">{topics.title}</span>
        </div>
      </a>
    </div>
    </div>
    <!-- END topics -->
    </div>
    
     <!-- IF paginator -->
      <div class="section sectionMain">
        <div class="PageNav">
          <nav>
            <!-- IF prevpage -->
            <a href="{config.relative_path}{featuredRoute}{prevpage}" class="btn btn-default paginate"></a>
            <!-- ENDIF prevpage -->
    
            <!-- BEGIN pages -->
            <a href="{config.relative_path}{featuredRoute}{pages.number}" class="btn <!-- IF pages.currentPage -->btn-primary active<!-- ELSE -->btn-default<!-- ENDIF pages.currentPage -->">{pages.number}</a>
            <!-- END pages -->
    
            <!-- IF nextpage -->
            <a href="{config.relative_path}{featuredRoute}{nextpage}" class="btn btn-default paginate"></a>
            <!-- ENDIF nextpage -->
          </nav>
        </div>
      </div>
      <!-- ENDIF paginator -->
    </div>
    

    Plus, I added some custom CSS on your site

    /* Phenomlab Custom CSS */
    figure.blog-image {
        border-top-left-radius: 4px;
        border-top-right-radius: 4px;
        background-size: cover !important;
        height: 150px;
    }
    .blog {
        background: #ffffff;
        border-radius: 0 0 4px 4px;
        border-top: 0;
        color: #333;
        font-size: 2.0em;
        padding: 20px 25px;
        line-height: 1.5em;
        min-height: 108px;
        transition: all .2s ease-in-out;
        margin: 1px;
    }
    .post-holder {
        margin-bottom: 20px;
    }
    .row.blog-wrapper {
        padding: 50px;
    }
    span.category {
        color: #3384C7;
    }
    .blog-content-wrapper {
      max-width: 400px;
      margin: 50px auto;
    }
    @media (max-width: 767px) {
    .post-holder {
        width: 100%;
    }
    }
    

    The end result is this when accessing the site directly, or clicking the “Blog” link

    9f402ecd-764e-4987-81ba-21600cec4f45-image.png

    As you can see, this works without issue. Of course, you’ll need to tweak the template I created (and probably the CSS) to get the desired look and feel you want. Note, that an <a> tag is present in the entire body of each post, so no matter where you click, it’ll open the associated article - there’s no need for a “Read More” or “Explore” function.

    The code is also 100% mobile friendly, and will stack accordingly at 767px in terms of viewport breakpoint.


  • @phenomlab Wow, that is awesome! I can see I have a long way to go before I become a web dev. It seems to me like I should have been able to figure this out. Thanks again for your help. I really appreciate it!!


  • @Madchatthew No problem at all. More than happy to help with stuff like this 🙂

  • Topic has been marked as solved  phenomlab phenomlab 

  • I have asp.net mvc application, when I use chrome it loads the home page (which has many .js links) it works fine.

    but when I press F5 or refresh, it doesn’t load all the .js (and more other things like .png even) links!

    unless I click on the URL text box and then enter, it works fine with this.

    in the console chrome shows: net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET


  • @pobojmoks Do you see any errors being reported in the console ? At first guess (without seeing the actual code or the site itself), I’d say that this is AJAX callback related


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