[Resolved] CLS caused by article update date by hiding using CSS display: none

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  • #1934001
    Kiogora

    Hey

    Have been told to change my CSS display rule: none. Then I was sent a link ” The “display: none;” is a CSS rule used to hide the update date on your site, and it can probably be changed in the theme options or in the CSS files /wp-content/themes/generatepress/assets/css/main.min.css” How do I fix this please? note am not a expert when it comes to coding.

    Martin

    #1934030
    Ying
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi Kiogora,

    GP theme itself doesn’t cause CLS, I don’t think the CLS issue is coming from this specific CSS code.

    Can you try disable all plugins except GP premium to do another test?

    If you can link us to your site, we are happy to have a look for you 🙂

    #1934080
    Kiogora

    Why not… Ying.

    Below is the communication with my plugin customer.

    In your case, CLS is caused by article update date you are hiding using CSS display: none; Here is the screenshot https://i.imgur.com/zU596qR.jpeg, and here is the video how it happens: https://i.imgur.com/sE0W7fB.mp4

    Hey Jurica,

    Thanks for the clarity. One question about what you explained “In your case, CLS is caused by article update date you are hiding using CSS display: none; Here is the screenshot https://i.imgur.com/zU596qR.jpeg, and here is the video how it happens: https://i.imgur.com/sE0W7fB.mp4”
    Where can I access the CSS Display to enable it.

    Thanks.

    Response from them

    The “display: none;” is a CSS rule used to hide the update date on your site, and it can probably be changed in the theme options or in the CSS files /wp-content/themes/generatepress/assets/css/main.min.css

    #1934095
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Are you using a caching plugin?

    If so can you disable the caching plugin to test?

    Typically this issue is caused by caching plugins.

    #1934104
    Kiogora

    Hi Leo,

    I do not want confusion here Ying requested for log in details am not an expert in this field. How can I have one person helping me so that we can be in the same page?

    #1934105
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    I’ve reviewed the topic so understand the issue.

    I don’t see the link to your site either so please provide that as well.

    Can you disable the caching plugin first and see if the issue still occurs?

    Thanks 🙂

    #1934912
    Kiogora

    Hey

    Have done disabling and its even worse.

    When I inquired what happening I was advised to fix this “The “display: none;” is a CSS rule used to hide the update date on your site, and it can probably be changed in the theme options or in the CSS files /wp-content/themes/generatepress/assets/css/main.min.css”

    See private.

    #1934939
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    We got the username and password but don’t see a link to your site.

    Can you provide that?

    #1935371
    Kiogora

    thegadgetsjudge.com

    #1935807
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Can you disable your caching plugin?

    #1935936
    Kiogora

    Hey,

    Just disabled the plugin all turned terrible. First Contentful Paint 3.1 s Speed Index 6.3 s Largest Contentful Paint 3.5 s Time to Interactive 12.7 s Total Blocking Time 2,030 ms Cumulative Layout Shift 0.001 except CLS was at recommended values. Overall its 44 for mobile and desktop at 95

    That cant work. What really happened after July 18 because nothing changed on my website..

    #1935942
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    But the CLS issue is resolved? That seems to suggest that the caching plugin is actually causing the CLS issue and not the CSS from the theme.

    Can you check with the caching plugin’s support team to see if they have a workaround solution?

    Thanks.

    #1938248
    Kiogora

    But do we have this CSS files /wp-content/themes/generatepress/assets/css/main.min.css” as directed by the pluging team to fix that?
    Resolved.

    #1938249
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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