It seems that some of the css on the table that shows the list of all the pages adversely reacts with one of my plugins, which adds a bunch of columns to the table. I'm pretty sure this is edit.php. At least, that's what's in the URL.
Using the developer tools in Chrome I noticed that the table contains a class called
fixed, which adds
table-layout:fixed to the table styles. Removing it clears up the problem.
The question is, how do I edit the styles for this table?
Here's the relevant code:
<form id="posts-filter" method="get"> ... <h2 class='screen-reader-text'>Pages list</h2> <table class="wp-list-table widefat fixed striped pages">
The form element is the closet parent with an ID. The table with class
wp-list-table is what needs to be targeted. Removing the
fixed class fixes the problem, at least in the developer tools. How do I remove it?