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TOPIC: mod_jumpmenu.php injects unwanted space above Jump

mod_jumpmenu.php injects unwanted space above Jump 05 Feb 2018 16:49 #1032

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First, thank you for making this module available to the Joomla community - it's great!

After some frustrating time trying to style the CSS for JumpMenu, I have found that the file "mod_jumpmenu.php" does not appear to be encoded correctly. There is a byte order mark (BOM) in the file which causes the Unicode Character 'ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE' (U+FEFF) (#65279) to be injected in the display of the JumpMenu module. This creates unwanted space on the web page above the JumpMenu. Attached is a screenshot of your demo page, which shows the behavior. This impacts the ability to accurately style CSS on a Joomla template which uses the module. I used a program called File BOM Detector to identify & remove the issue from the .php file, and this resolved the formatting. I would recommend that you re-encode mod_jumpmenu.php to do the same.

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mod_jumpmenu.php injects unwanted space above Jump 06 Feb 2018 08:04 #1036

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Thanks for feedback I have corrected it.
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