Thanks for letting me know!
Is there any way that I can get rid of that #444444 !important statement?
I can’t find it in the jevelin CSS file. It’s really getting in the way of many things in the sidebar.
So the original question was: Will we be getting the functionality of the “Layout elements” and “content elements” back anytime soon.
I have been waiting to make any changes to the site based on this thread.
Caches have been deleted and disabled temporarily.
Besides short codes, can you tell me any other way to create a quick way to implement changes over several pages at a time, by making one change in a centralized location?
I’m not sure what you mean by “use same IDs on other pages”.
Essentially, when I use the shortcode to create the CTA, it will only work correctly on the page that the CTA was built on. Using the shortcode on other pages will insert the elements with no formatting like they are missing all of the CSS.
I don’t create the long IDs. They are automatically created whenever I use the elements and I don’t know how to remove them or make them work on any other page.
Turns out, I can’t paste the code in here, as it will break just like it does on the other pages….
<div class=”sh-column sh-column-036b21919ccb0148da32dd410cd028a9 fw-col-xs-12 fw-col-sm-2″>
<div class=”sh-column sh-column-7787c12cd272c610e7d5afd73290e7be fw-col-xs-12 fw-col-sm-8 sh-column-shadow”>
<div id=”heading-5858d2e7409e85bc5bde12348ab769ec” class=”sh-heading”>
<h3 class=”sh-heading-content size-l text-center”>Recommended</h3>
<div id=”divider-a4c614744daa3c17319cd91521886638″ class=”sh-divider sh-divider-center sh-divider-content-none”>
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<p style=”text-align: center;”>For pre-license education products and courses, StateRequirement recommends:</p>
<div id=”button-9a15e9340cb51fcfa3608d64705de5c0″ class=”sh-button-container sh-button-style-1″>
Kaplan Education Company</span></div>
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No. The issue has been circumvented by commenting out code.
Before the update this code allowed my element to be in a fixed position on the bottom of the sidebar on large screens, but disappear with the rest of the sidebar on smaller screens.
With the update the element performed correctly on large screens, but not smaller. The sidebar would disappear, but this element stayed fixed on the bottom of the screen with smaller screens.
Solution for this topic
The issue seems to be solved today.
I didn’t do anything to fix it though.
Upon further research, it may have something to do with:
This is not a page on my site, and I don’t believe it was a page on the old CMS either.
My apologies for not understanding.
So I should download and install the theme updates, then create a new child theme from the updated main theme?
Does installing the updates include updates to the Child theme?
Solution for this topic
I believe I have solved the issue.
When I copy information over from my old Sqarespace site, it brings an entire bowl of div soup with it.
Once I clean up the code I don’t seem to have the issue.
Thank you for your help!