Having trouble with opera

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Hello All From Sunny Bali

I have Opera 41.0 installed,,, I am having trouble with it not showing as it should.

The web-site (only loaded for this problem so not finished yet) thorgarage.com

The problem is with the row "Presenting Our Bikers Gear" the photographs in that sub-grid should be side by side not all over the place ,

This doesn't happen with other browsers only Opera. Can someone please check it out on Opera to see if the same thing happens,,, because it could be my version locally thats causing it,,, It has only just started giving me problems today,, and I can't figure it out.

Ohh and by the way no it isn't a cached view because I emptied the files from the server, and reloaded it from scratch

Thanks in Advance


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I'm using Opera 41.0.2353.46, and the row in question looks the same as in Firefox and other browsers.

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Hi Frank
When you say same do you mean the images are side by side then next row with the boots they are side by side ???
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Thanks For Looking Frank It Must Be My Version Here, I have tried Upgrading But Seems I'm On The Latest Version Anyway,,,

Can't Figure It Out,,, Has worked Fine Before Today

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Wayan Jaya wrote:
Hi Frank
When you say same do you mean the images are side by side then next row with the boots they are side by side ???


Sorry for the delay in replying.

Whether in Firefox or in Opera I get two jacket pics side by side, and below them I get two boot pics side by side.

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Clearing the cache...?
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Inger wrote:
Clearing the cache...?


Thanks Inger I have already cleared the cache,, I deleted all the files direct from the web-site server,,, put in a temporary holding page made sure opera saw the new pages,, cleared the cache again, deleted the temporary holding page and uploaded the whole site again to the server,,,,, still no difference on opera,,,

does it show ok on your screen ???
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Using 41.0.2353.46, this is what I see.

https://s26.postimg.org/c1vbiz089/Screen_Shot_2016_11_07_at_4_12_58_PM.png
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Thanks again everybody,,, I have made a little video to show how it looks from over here in Sunny Bali

It must be something on my opera on my machine,,

Have a look if you feel like it just to show i'm not going loopy here.

I will try re-do the page and the other problem images,,, & let you all know what the result is

Thanks again to everyone.

here is a link to see the video direct
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4r30l81l8u62fi7/problem%20with%20opera.wmv?dl=0

here is the link to download the video (if original too small)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/j0wdhigxyemqkmx/problem%20with%20opera.zip?dl=0
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I'm wondering whether there may have been a difference of understanding about clearing the cache.

The first post says, "by the way no it isn't a cached view because I emptied the files from the server, and reloaded it from scratch". A later post said, "I have already cleared the cache,, I deleted all the files direct from the web-site server,,, put in a temporary holding page made sure opera saw the new pages,, cleared the cache again, deleted the temporary holding page and uploaded the whole site again to the server".

In my experience the cache that can be the problem is the cache of the browser on one's computer. In Opera I clear its cache as follows -
(a) I go to Menu > More tools > Clear browsing data.
(b) I ensure that all the items are ticked and that the "from the beginning of time" is chosen in the drop-down menu.
(c) I click on the 'Clear browsing data' button.

Perhaps Opera's cache had been cleared in that way, but, if not, the above may help.

Frank

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