Footer posts, mobile theme not responsive, Blog Post Featured Image …

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    I use the 3 Col Grid Layout and the footer is misplaced and overlapping the blog posts with no infinite scroll option. Also, the theme is not responsive from my phone browser?

    This isn’t a problem but I was also wondering if there was an option to remove the featured image from the top of the single blog post?

    Thank You so much


    My sticky footer is not staying on the bottom. its floating up and overlapping my blog posts. please help



    I have exactly the same problem. I remember there was no issue few days ago but today I noticed that the footer is overlapping my blog posts (hiding the excerpt and read more buttons). You can see for yourself:



    I have the same problem with the footer, its overlap blog posts and hide read older post button.



    I thought this was happening to me also – but it only appears to happen when I’m logged in. When I log out and view the website it appears normal. Might be something to do with the logged in WordPress UI at the top?



    Thepalmdiaries, what you wrote appears to be the case. If I visit my website logged out, it appears just fine. It’s funny though, because few days ago it was working also in case when I was logged in. It is definitely inconvenient that we have to log out in order to see if the website is properly shown 🙁



    Hello Guys,

    This CSS line fixes the issue of the footer going over the content when being logged in:

    body.admin-bar {position:static!important;}

    You can add the above code by going to “Appearance” > “Customize” > “Additional CSS” in your Admin Panel. There you can insert the code and click “Publish”.

    The issue is caused by the fact that WordPress has started adding a position value to the body element styles when a user is logged in.


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