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Equalizer issues with not pushing rows down

I am using equalizer and it seems like most of the time the longer column flows under my footer. Sometimes it will appear correctly, but most time it loads under the footer and doesn't push the footer down to the end of the content area. I am not sure what I am doing wrong.

Here is my site.
http://carmel.fishhookcms.com/connect/children/sunday-school/

You can see the copy extends under and below the footer.

I tested on Chrome and Safari with the same results.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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I am using equalizer and it seems like most of the time the longer column flows under my footer. Sometimes it will appear correctly, but most time it loads under the footer and doesn't push the footer down to the end of the content area. I am not sure what I am doing wrong.

Here is my site.
http://carmel.fishhookcms.com/connect/children/sunday-school/

You can see the copy extends under and below the footer.

I tested on Chrome and Safari with the same results.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Brandon Arnold over 5 years ago

I'm not sure as to what you're referring. I don;t see anything misaligned

Shawn Jones over 5 years ago

It doesn't happen every time, but it almost always happens the first time page loads.

Here it is with the text going under the footer:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/imz3m43jjku6xkj/Screenshot%202014-03-04%2022.31.26.png

Here it is correct:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nxp6psu1anauzfo/Screenshot%202014-03-04%2022.32.02.png

Brandon Arnold over 5 years ago

Hmm. Are you using equalizer within equalizer?

Brandon Arnold over 5 years ago

If so i'd imagine that the one inside is rendering before, the one on the outside, so a height is getting set and then your inside columns are rendering out.

Shawn Jones over 5 years ago

No, not intentionally. Does it look like I am? I have equalizer on both columns that need to be equal. Someone on GitHub mentioned that it could be because the images are loading after equalizer equalizes. Any suggestions on how to work around that?