I have an empty child so that shouldn’t be the case. I also disabled the plugins without any success. I use Jeveling for multiple sites and they all have the lazyload problems.
I don’t have the time at the moment to troubleshoot any further so I will disable the lazyload feature for now.
Thanks for the help anyway!
Rob / The Netherlands
Thanks for your quick answer. I have flushed the wprocket cache and disabled this plugin. I also moved this website away from Varnish so we are 100% sure it’s not a caching issue. The Varnish-less IP of adorbit.nl should be: 188.8.131.52
If you ping adorbit.nl and you see the above IP Varnish is passed by 😉
(with Varnish it shows .118 at the end)
On other pages are also things missing:
There should be an image to the right above that blue header. Some of the images display fine but some images not at all.
Sorry for the delay, I was on a holiday 😉
the url is https://adorbit.nl
I have attached a screenshot of the site with lazyload enabled. Where the purple box is should be a picture of a plant. If I disable lazyload the pictures show fine.
Thanks! That worked like a charm 😉
Thanks for the answer and sorry for my late reply 😉
If I use that CSS the menu is left but it’s fixed in the left corner displayed over the logo.
The ideal situation is that ‘normal’ situation (menu right, logo left) is just switched: Menu left and logo right. I use the child theme so I can edit theme files if neccesary.
Fun fact: most people have their phone in their left hand so the hamburger menu on the left side is more convenient for most people. Maybe build it in the configuration section so you can choose?
Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the quick reply! I will wait for the update then 😉
You can change the padding / margin in the section settings (visual builder) if I am not mistaken.
I already found out what happened: WPCF7 puts extra linebreaks and paragraph tags in the code. This can be fixed by putting this in functions.php:
define( ‘WPCF7_AUTOP’, false );
Maybe it’s something that you can integrate in the theme-settings?