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  • #29400

    Kristin
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    Yeah I mentioned that in my comment above. I just wanted to reiterate that this is still an issue shipping with the plug. I am using the default Twenty Twelve Version: 1.5 and had to go into the plugins CSS and bump up the left padding of .cpm a bit so as not have it under the main admin menu.

    Just thought it might help you guys in the future if someone brings is up again.

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    #29777

    Sekander Badsha
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    Thank you for the suggestion @kristin ๐Ÿ™‚

    #31770

    Joanne
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    Hi

    I am having the same issue – its not the theme it in the WORD PRESS default back end dashboard where my clients are using… ( and not very happy ) it is embarrassing for me as a business, to have to keep aplogising for this not working. – I am getting emails – I can't delete the list what do I do — !

    Problem:
    When you refresh the page the boxes appear over the WP dash for about half a sec and then unfortunately when you try and tick the delete box it is hidden under the dash. If you grab the x tab and move the row – you can see the lovely boxes that should be seen.

    I note that you keep telling users with the same problem – it an issue with the theme. I am not using the default wordpress themes.

    PLease either move the buttons to the right ? Please find a fix ?

    thank you

    J

    #31772

    Joanne
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    its not the theme its in the back WP dashboard progrm itself

    I need a fix soon!

    also I do NOT use WORDPRESS default themes.

    Joanne

    #31780

    Joanne
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    Hey all here is the FIX for the missing tabs – open admin.css and adjust this line of code

    .cpm {
    font-size: 14px;
    line-height: 21px;
    vertical-align: baseline;
    position: relative;
    left: 60px;
    }

    save and upload – refresh your WP dashbaord and you can see all the tabs!

    Thanks Kristin for the idea of getting to the SOLUTION via CSS – but thought I'd give you all the code.

    Joanne

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