Originally posted by Wakana
Edit: also if I can suggest something. I went minimalist with my case here (in particular, as short as possible in height), but my output was so short that it cutted off on bottom (similarly to this post
). I had to add a style=min-height:250px
next to the div class in order to fix it.
You may want to add that.
I wanted to change it to min-height: 250px; so this wouldn't happen ever, but since this problem is actually user-dependent it makes it a bit difficult. Users that have small avatars and no title/rank would have an unnecessarily large layout, and I'm sure that if I just added "Minimum height" in the page most people would try to put the maximum value and figure "it's good enough" since there's no way to preview the post layout with
the user's post sidebar, which results in the same problem.
Which is why I decided to add it as a "Avatar Height" property and add a * to do denote it's important. Added explanations too to clarify what it (and other things) are about. If a user has an avatar of 50px, then min-height: 150px; should be enough. If a user has an avatar of 150px, then min-height: 250px; should be enough. This won't work 100% of the time since the sidebar can easily change in size but I figure it would help a bit.
/ The Cutting Room Floor