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  • R rbnbm

    Hey,

    I'm using the Stack Element to create a coloured background for a text box. Unfortunately, on mobile it doesn't stay within the grid but goes all the way to the edge of the screen (see images – the first one is the actual layout. For clarification, the second shows the stack element in the middle of the grid, and the problem still occurs). Desktop works fine – no custom phone layout in use.

    Any ideas? Thanks a lot!

    IMG_1943.jpg

    IMG_1942.jpg

    Cheers
    Robin

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  • R rbnbm

    Hey @Richard-K

    that did the trick – yeehaw.

    Great. Thanks a lot for your help and enjoy your day!
    rbn

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  • R rbnbm

    Hi @Richard-K ,

    Thanks!

    Unfortunately in Firefox (v85, MacOS 10.15.7) the problem is still unsolved... I guess learning never stops? Hope that is a good thing.

    Have a good day!
    Best
    Robin

    Hi @Richard-K ,

    Thanks!

    Firefox v85, MacOS 10.15.7

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  • R rbnbm

    Hi @Richard-K ,

    no, unfortunately not. Please have a look at the screenshot above – that's not how it is supposed to be, there has to be a white background behind the sub-menu points all the way through, not only at the beginning of the lines.

    Furthermore it is not possible to reach the links in the sub menu.
    Here is the testing site again: https://www.stage.ah-fotografie.de/

    On the main/actual site, there is still an older version of lay and wordpress installed.

    Thanks
    Robin

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  • R rbnbm

    Dear @Richard-K ,

    Thanks! That almost did the trick – the lines break, but now the white background only appears at the beginning of menu point... I updated the link so you can see for yourself.

    Thanks again!
    Robin
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  • R rbnbm

    Hello,

    no, that is set to horizontal, since the main menu points are supposed appear like that. On vertical, the menu a) overlaps with the content and b) the lower main menu points are being concealed by the sub menu points.

    As you may have guessed, this is the actual site: https://ah-fotografie.de/

    It should look like that (although in a perfect world the sub menu points wouldn't be indented : )

    Thanks!
    Robin

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  • R rbnbm

    Hi Richard,

    Thanks for the fast reply!
    Here is the site:

    https://www.stage.ah-fotografie.de/

    Best
    Robin

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  • R rbnbm

    Re: Sub Menu Background

    Hi Marius,

    sorry for getting back at you with this old thing... after an update I did on a test-site, the points in the sub-menu arrange themselves horizontally (but should vertically).

    In 2.9.6 everything is fine, so I am not sure where exactly the error occurs.

    Here is the CSS again:

    .primary .sub-menu {
    display: none;
    position: absolute;
    background-color: white;
    border: 0px solid grey;
    padding: 10px 0px 10px 10px;
    }
    .primary .sub-menu li{
    display: block;
    }
    .menu-item:hover .sub-menu{
    display: block;
    }

    Thanks a lot!
    Robin

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  • R rbnbm

    Hi,

    Recently, I'm having a problem with the margin of the mobile menu.
    So far, I've been using this:

    .use-mobile-menu nav.mobile-nav{
    margin-top: 80px !important;
    }

    But it doesn't seem to work anymore (right now, I'm using a workaround by increasing the menu point padding).

    Were there any changes in the CSS of the mobile menu?

    Thanks!
    rbnbm

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