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  1. Space bug?

    That's got nothing to do with what's happening here, though. Look at the code: <div id="elCmsPageWrap" data-pageid="11"><!-- This is where content starts on a page created in Pages --> <div> <div class='ipsGrid ipsGrid_collapsePhone'> <div class='ipsGrid_span6'> </div> <div class='ipsGrid_span6'> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div id='ipsLayout_sidebar' class='ipsLayout_sidebarright ' data-controller='core.front.widgets.sidebar'><!-- The sidebar starts here --> The empty content grids appear where the page content should be but before the sidebar appears. There isn't any page content so I think what he's done is create a two-column page in Pages but not add any content to it, except for placing blocks at the top and in the sidebar. The grids are there to display any content which he might add to the page. When he does, it will show there.
  2. Space bug?

    I had to track down his site and work it out from there
  3. Space bug?

    It seems to be that you've created a page with a two-column layout but not put any content in it, other than dragging and dropping blocks. The two empty spans are where the page content which you add in the ACP would go. Does that sound right? The code you've circled doesn't have anything to do with the sidebar, by the way. It's right above your footer, below the blocks dragged in at the top of the page.
  4. Show us your IPB 4 sites!

    Yes, it's also perfect (Windows 10, Chrome 64) for me too.
  5. You can't search for blogs because the Blogs app isn't enabled on this community; IPS's company blog is built using Pages. You do have access to the bug tracker if you happen to know what the URL is. There's just nothing to click to take you there.
  6. Show us your IPB 4 sites!

    Disable "Use suite HTML wrapper" and then the Page Wrapper called None or one of your own.
  7. Show us your IPB 4 sites!

    I'm sure you don't need any of us to tell you that your front page is stunning. Congratulations! It's built using Pages, just as Invision's own home page is.
  8. When creating a new database, block or page template, a blank template appears after saving ready for users to start typing. With CSS and JS, however, it's the topmost item under the HTML tab which opens, rather than the CSS or JS file.
  9. 4.3: Announcements

    Looking good, Stu! Will it work with custom templates? I've tried people's announcement plugins in the past and they, of course, have to hook into the global template ... and sites with heavy customisation don't necessarily use that (including your own ).
  10. Inconsistent theme HTML

    Yep, I agree. They deserve a pat on the back for the changes they've made in 4.3 based on feedback but this case is a glaring counter example. The change they made earlier unintentionally has a drastic effect on many customers and, by extension, theme providers. It seems pretty obvious to me that the appropriate thing to do is fix it and that continuing to ignore polite requests to do so really doesn't cast them in a favourable light. Alternatively, if the approach is going to be that templates won't have ipsBox in them if the default theme doesn't need it, then they need to come out and say it. *Holds fingers crossed that it's fixed in 4.3 and a blog entry appears soon*
  11. 4.3: REST API Enhancements

    I don't think I'll be using any of this myself (this seems to be way above my head) but is great to read. Cheers!
  12. How can I do this, please?

    ACP > System > Plugins (under the heading Site Features) > Install New Plugin Edit: Oh, wait a minute. You're not asking about how to install a plugin after all. What you can see in the Downloads section is a block not a plugin. It's part of the suite:
  13. IP.Pages - Database Type

    A "database" in Pages sits within the site's database. Each Pages DB is a table within it. It's confusing because of the name but it doesn't actually involve a separate database on your server.
  14. Yes, I agree. I've certainly asked for categories for Clubs (and Blogs ... and Calendar) in the past and would make extensive use of them myself. Like many, I don't understand why they're not offered, considering that the other apps in the suite all propose them to users. Nobody's forced to use them if they're there, but everybody's forced not to use them if they're not, so the only people missing out are those who actually want them. I don't get it but ... still, this is a stellar update and does show a lot of listening. It's just that not everything requested seems to have been brought on board, frustratingly for those of us who really would benefit from this particular feature.
  15. What are you shouting at me for? Where have I mentioned anything about useless features? For what it's worth, I would really like to see Club categories too. I think I was one of the first to request that feature too, as I've also done for Blogs.