ysraz

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  • In reply to: Woocommerce – Widget are goes down

    #51010

    OK, after comparing the reguler post layout and the Woocommerce shop, for some odd reason the structure is not the same:
    in the regular structure is:

    <div class="container container-full-width-boxed">
    	<div class="container container-full-width-boxed">
    		<div id="content-main" class="clearfix content-main col-md-8">...</div>
    		<!-- #content-main -->
    		<div id="sidebar1" class="sidebar sidebar-right widget-area col-md-4">...</div>
    		<!-- #sidebar1 -->
    	 </div>
     </div>

    The Woocommerce problamatic code is structured:

    <div id="content" class="clearfix hfeed row">
    	<div class="container container-full-width-boxed">
    		<div id="content-main" class="clearfix content-main col-md-8">
    			<div id="primary" class="content-area">...</div>
    			<div id="sidebar1" class="sidebar sidebar-right widget-area col-md-4">...</div>
    			<!-- #sidebar1 -->  
    		</div>
    	<!-- #content-main -->
      </div>

    It seems Woocommerce adds a content area calle “primary”, and adds both the sidebar and the new content area into “content-main”, instead of being side by side.

    How can I fix this?

    In reply to: Order of posts in Masonry layout – Graphene Pro

    #50395

    Hi Syahir,
    All posts have been marked as “Sticky”, but no matter the chronological order, one of them keeps showing on top.
    The order seems to have something to do with the post ID number, not the chronological date of publishing.
    I prefer not to use an external plugin, but to solve this within Graphene.
    Yaron

    In reply to: Error with Graphene mobile, Woocommerce and Nextgen

    #49462

    Thanks! That solved the issue.

    In reply to: Error with Graphene mobile, Woocommerce and Nextgen

    #49460

    Thank’s – didn’t realize that.
    Even after disabling the Jetpack Mobile, the error message appears.

    In reply to: Woocommerce and sidebar

    #46515

    OK, apparently – issue is back.

    On the front page all is OK, but once the Woocommerce shop is entered, the side bar gets knocked down, underneath the container.

    In reply to: Woocommerce and sidebar

    #46514

    I can not explain this, but after disabling the Woocommerce plugin, and then re-enabling it, the layout seems to have worked out.

    In reply to: Woocommerce and sidebar

    #46512

    This is the site URL I am working on:

    Test Site

    In reply to: Woocommerce and sidebar

    #46511

    I also tried that, and the widget area appears beneath, with a warning:

    Site Image With Warning

    In reply to: Woocommerce and sidebar

    #46509

    Hi,

    I started out a new site to play with, and freshly installed the Graphene theme with woocommerce.

    The sidebar keeps showing up beneath the main container.

    I tried setting up the side bar, and even playing with the width options, but this just had the widgets area on the bottom expand, and didn’t seem to bring them up.

    I know there was an older post regarding this issue, saying there is an open DIV somewhere, but this doesn’t seem to be the issue, unless there is an incompatibility between Woocommerce and Graphene.

    I say this, as I didn’t do any encoding here, so if there is an open DIV tag, it was generated by the combination of the two platforms.

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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