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  • in reply to: Page title disappears partly under header in Safari #8731

    Birgit
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    Hi Andrew,

    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.

    Cheers,

    Birgit

    in reply to: Space between post title and featured-image caption #8729

    Birgit
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    adding the CSS did the trick. Super! Thank you.

    I have removed the line in the css. Not quite sure where that came from.

    Thanks again!

    Birgit

    in reply to: Space between post title and featured-image caption #8724

    Birgit
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    the site is now live. The problem mentioned with the captions appears, for example, in the following posts:

    http://www.birgitconstant.de/sprachenvielfalt/
    http://www.birgitconstant.de/domesday/

    Kind regards,

    Birgit

    in reply to: Related posts show wrong date format #8716

    Birgit
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    argh. I have uninstalled the Code Snippets plugin now and fiddled around with the functions.php file. I had to search for how I create one for a child theme first and now have one that looks like this:
    ________________
    <?php

    /**
    * Enqueue theme scripts and styles.
    */
    function polestar_child_scripts() {

    // Child theme stylesheet.
    wp_enqueue_style( ‘polestar-child’, get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . ‘/style.css’ );

    }
    add_action( ‘wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘polestar_child_scripts’, 8 );

    function polestar_child_date_format() {
    return ‘j. F Y’;
    }
    add_filter( ‘polestar_date_format’, ‘polestar_child_date_format’ );

    ?>
    _________

    The first part is from my other support post, in which you pointed me to the enqueue bit. Does this file look alright? It seems to work properly. At least the dates are correct now, so this problem seems to be sorted.

    Thank you very much.

    Kind regards,

    Birgit

    in reply to: Space between post title and featured-image caption #8702

    Birgit
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    thanks for getting back to me quickly.

    I will try to get the site online as soon as possible, so that you can have a look at the captions. I will send you the link when I am ready.

    Kind regards,

    Birgit

    P.S.: I dutifully created a child theme this very morning …

    in reply to: Related posts show wrong date format #8701

    Birgit
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

    I am using a child theme, but since I have no clue about php (I pick up bits and pieces from the Internet, if I need to), I have added the code using the code snippet plugin in the child theme. It changes the date to something like this:

    Mon,52016000Europe/Berlin11bEurope/BerlinFri,11 Nov 2016 09:19:44 +0000 2016

    If I change the middle line to “return the_date (‘j. F Y’);”, it gives me this:

    11. November 20169:19

    This is nice, but still not quite what I want. Is there a way to get rid of the time?

    Cheers,

    Birgit

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