February 6, 2018 at 11:17 am #8725
my site has just gone live and I have noticed that the page title disappears under the header on pages that use the no-sidebar setting, whereas pages with default setting have a readable header.
My website is http://www.birgitconstant.de. The only page without problems is the page “Schreibstube”, all others are too far up (even the start page, where the picture disappears partly under the header). I have enabled the header spacing in the page settings, but it does not seem to make any difference.
I have noticed, though, that this seems to be a Safari issue. Chrome does not seem to have any problems displaying the pages correctly (with and without the spacing, which is not really needed in Chrome and is even too much).
Would you be able to advise a workaround for Safari?
BirgitFebruary 6, 2018 at 12:02 pm #8728
Hi, I’m not seeing that issue in Safari on my side. I do see an issue with your header adding additional padding to the page that it shouldn’t be. Please, can you try temporarily deactivating your cookie acceptance plugin and see if that changes anything.
You can try testing the demo to see if the problem replicates for you there: https://demo.purothemes.com/polestar.February 6, 2018 at 1:34 pm #8731
this is really a poser. I cannot see this issue in Firefox and Chrome, and even in Safari, it is not always consistent. The polestar demo site, for instance, looks perfect, and the settings seem to apply correctly in Safari at first, but as you flick through the menu, the position of the page title (or the image on the start page) change.
I have reduced the size of my logo, taken out the resizing for the header and also enabled the margin below the header. The page titles display fine now, without creeping into the header, but even now, the spacing differs between pages (Schreibstube has more padding than all others, for example) and sometimes it looks fine, if I reload it, it does not. In Chrome and Firefox, the page titles are far from the header and even get pushed down further when the extra margin seems to load. Safari does none of this, but uses an uneven spacing.
Disabling the plugin did not change anything.
Unless you have any splendid further ideas, I think we can call this issue resolved, as the page titles are readable now, even though their position seems to change every now and again. It must be down to some awkward Safari feature.
BirgitFebruary 6, 2018 at 2:36 pm #8732
Thanks for your feedback 🙂 Unfortunately, this is still something I’m struggling to recreate. I’m happy to leave it here if you are. If you’d like me to take another look in the future, please, let me know 🙂 Thanks again.
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