This is a follow up on problems I've had in installing the Genesis child theme, Lifestyle Pro. On my test site using the new theme, the print, photos and content are all oversized. I think I have found the source of the problem in an affiliate search tool that I use. On the posts where I use the search tool there is the described problem. When I remove the search tool, the problem disappears. The tool is a search for liveaboard diving that only requires I copy and paste the code into the text of the post. Here is what I paste:



DTW.partner("6149");
DTW.render();


This code comes with this instruction: "Please pay special attention if your site is using https protocol. Browsers only allow to request https resources then. The code becomes src="https://...". All the rest is the same."

When I use the s on my original website, no probem. On the new one I get the enlarged content. If I remove the s from the code, the search tool doesn't appear.

Can anyone offer some advice?

Thanks.
Joe

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TimMcKinlay Premium Plus
Hi Joe,

As Shuihyen points out, I would contact their support. StudioPress has an excellent support team so they should be able to help you out.
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j52powell Premium
I see that somehow that most of the code that I included did not appear above in my question, so it would be hard for someone to know what it is.
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TimMcKinlay Premium Plus
Yeah WA automatically strips out code so it'll be hard to show it here.
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j52powell Premium
Thanks, Tim. I am following up with customer support, who I have been in contact with from the beginning.
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TimMcKinlay Premium Plus
Ok cool, sounds like you have it sorted.
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ShuiHyen Premium
I think the best way to find out is to contact the Theme Support. I don't Site Support can help you on theme issues but you may try to contact them.
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j52powell Premium
Thanks.
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