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

Mauer Themes Support Essentialist Footer posts, mobile theme not responsive, Blog Post Featured Image …

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  • #1987

    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

    #1997

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

    #2001

    Bimbolin
    Participant

    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: http://blog.ride-canopy.com/

    #2002

    evgeni
    Participant

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

    #2004

    thepalmdiaries
    Participant

    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?

    #2009

    Bimbolin
    Participant

    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 🙁

    #2092

    Paul
    Keymaster

    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.

    Regards,
    Paul

    #3082

    Bimbolin
    Participant

    Hi Paul, thanks for your solution! It works 🙂

    #3083

    Paul
    Keymaster

    Hi Bimbolin,

    Glad to know that. By the way, there has been an update to the theme that fixed this issue, and introduced a number of other small experience improvements. It’s Essentialist 1.1 — the current version published on ThemeForest.

    Kind regards,
    Paul

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