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    Setting up our category display on a dev site with a new iron & wool theme using a three column display. Sometimes when a category page loads it displays a row with only one product (see sample image). When you refresh the page everything corrects. Can someone point me into the general area of where I need to address this issue.

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  • It looks like an overflow issue. Try setting a minimum height on the product element.
    Matt Zimmermann
    Director of UI/UX Standards and Theme Development
    / Miva, Inc.

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    • This is where I made the change to set the min height;

      .category-product a {
      overflow: hidden;
      position: relative;
      min-height: 1px;
      }
      No change however.

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      • You should be able to set it on the .category-product class.
        Matt Zimmermann
        Director of UI/UX Standards and Theme Development
        / Miva, Inc.

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        • In pages.css

          .category-product {
          margin-bottom: 1rem;
          text-align: center;
          min-height: 1px;
          }

          Is this it? No Change

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          • In themes.css

            .category-product {
            margin-bottom: 1rem;
            text-align: center;
            min-height: 1px;
            }

            Is this it? No Change

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            • You will need to set it to something like 10rem
              Matt Zimmermann
              Director of UI/UX Standards and Theme Development
              / Miva, Inc.

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              • This only happens in firefox. No problem on explorer or chrome. Crazy?

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                • I hope your customers use Safari and Chrome! My Miva-shop statistics in Scandinavia are Chrome 41%, Safari 39%, Samsung (Chrome based) - 7% and Firefox is less than IE 3,7%. Firefox mostly used by developers over here :-). Cheers and midsummer greetings from Stockholm

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