[Support request] peepso breaks the headers

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    Guys, help out! I already broke my whole brain 🙂
    I have using GP as main theme and peepso as socialnet plugin.

    The problem is the horizontal alignment of the peepso header. He flew to the left when I added my additional links. I
    can not solve the problem. Tking me into the manual, where it is described how to do it or hint yourself …

    Also some kind of trouble with vertical alignment. language bar is higher than the rest of the header elements. what’s wrong?

    And when the user is logged in, the header also leaves.

    usually pipso headline looks like this. Social icons are in right corner.

    proper layout page header

    but when I added my links (highlighted in yellow), the icons flew to the left.
    I turned to peepso, they looked and said that the problem was on the side of the theme developer. Can you help me?

    after composing the page header using the theme

    If you need admin access I am ready to get it.

    GeneratePress 2.2.2
    GP Premium 1.7.7

    Leo Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Sorry I’m not quite sure what I’m supposed to be looking at here.

    Your screenshots didn’t come through.

    Can you upload them to a site like this and provide the direct links here?

    Let me know 🙂



    Proper layout page header
    proper layout page header

    After composing the page header using the theme
    after composing the page header using the theme


    Tom Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    I’m not quite sure what I’m looking for here – I don’t see either of those headers on your website?

    Is there a specific page I should be looking at?



    Well, this is because you are not logged in. I can show you how pages look like without authorization.

    Proper layout page header (peepso plugin site)

    After composing the page header using the theme

    So, in the previous post, how the pages with authorization look like, and in this post – they are without authorization


    Tom Lead Developer

    The one you’re comparing to seems to be the header they’ve designed for their own website. Your header won’t look like that unless you design it that way.

    Is it possible to add their login link as a regular menu item? If so, it looks like you could set your navigation as your header: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/navigation-as-a-header/

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