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Fixed that, sorry!
We made the original changes due to links in the submenu only showing when actively hovering over them, especially in the mega menu.
Disabled the caching plugin + autoptimize, and cleared them both. Thanks!
Thank you again for the quick reply. I applied the hotpatch correctly, but it doesn’t look like it did what we were hoping to. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m currently using a child theme that you whipped up for me a while back, to fix another issue with MMM, or if there’s something else going on.
What would be the next best step? FTP Credentials?
Andrew, thanks for the quick reply. I cleared all of my caches. I have sticky header enabled in the theme settings for desktop view, but it appears to be static, and not move at all . I’ve tested on chrome and Firefox both.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Dan Dulaney.
Thank you once again for your quick replies! I really look forward to the sticky header on mobile. That’s the main reason why I don’t use your built-in header menu for most of my sites, and have to go with something like Mega Menu Pro. Once that’s built it, it will be one less plugin I have to install. Thank you!
Also, one additional question. Is there any way for the header to float on mobile, as well as on full page view?
DanJune 24, 2016 at 2:57 am in reply to: CDN Issue, when using "Customize" to edit theme appearance #3964
Ok, found an option to exclude inline CSS from Autoptimize, and that did it. Looks like it was the combination of both that gave me the issue. Thank you very much for your help!
DanJune 24, 2016 at 2:30 am in reply to: CDN Issue, when using "Customize" to edit theme appearance #3963
Thank you Andrew!
I am just using caching on the server level, via .htaccess. I do have the Autoptimize plugin set up.
Here’s the results of my testing:
Autoptimize On, KeyCDN Off: Works as expected
Autoptimize Off, KeyCDN Off: Works as expected
Autoptimize On, KeyCDN On: Breaks all settings in Customize > Theme Design (goes to defaults, although the Customize menu shows correct settings)
Autoptimize Off, KeyCDN On: Works as expected
Based on this, it looks like the easiest thing to do would be to exclude that in-line CSS from Autoptimize. What should I be looking for in the original code, to exclude?
Thank you very much! That worked perfectly! 🙂 I really appreciate your help!