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  • #434977
    Vera

    I’ve tried tweaking all the settings and reverting back to the default but nothing seems to work. I have both the primary and a secondary navigation menu installed.

    Usual environment: Mac OS 10.15.7
    Also iPad Pro, usually the latest iOS
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    #435109
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Can you try #1 here first? https://docs.generatepress.com/article/debugging-tips/

    If not can you link us to the page?

    Thanks!

    #435171
    Vera

    I activated debugging and deactivated all my plugins except for GeneratePress. It still doesn’t stick.

    Additionally, when I make changes to typography through the interface, they aren’t retained. That is, I publish the changes, but when I go to the live site, the font has reverted to the default settings. Likewise, if I navigate to a different page on my site using the menus — while still in customize mode — the modifications are also lost. Same for removing padding from the header image. However, color changes thru the GeneratePress interface and custom CSS rules both work.

    Also, the menu under the envelope icon in my top menu is too close to the right edge when it drops if I have it set to align right. Is there a safe setting to correct that? The only menu height I found that works without making it go wonky is 20. Not even the default settings work. Everything is fine if I center the menu or align it left, but I’m not a fan of centered menus and I don’t want everything on the left.

    Here’s the site I’m working on:

    http://www.marshallart.com/HOME/

    Thank you!

    Usual environment: Mac OS 10.15.7
    Also iPad Pro, usually the latest iOS
    #435259
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hmm I see the menu sticking? http://www.screencast.com/t/O1X408d0D

    It sounds like you have some caching problem. That’s usual case when something works in customizer but not on live site.

    Are you using a child theme? If so check this article: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/child-theme-issues/#import

    Can you open another topic for the last issue and explain a bit more?

    Thanks!

    #435266
    Vera

    Ok, when I tried opening the site in a browser that I rarely use, the menu sticks. It may be caching, or might it also have something to do with me still being logged into WordPress when I was checking it originally?

    I should have also mentioned that I have been working on this from my iPad. Could that also be a factor? One of my reasons for switching to WordPress is so I can work on my iPad from anywhere so I hope it is NOT a factor.

    Yes, I am using a child theme. I’ll look into the corrections and see if that helps. Once I’ve dealt with that, I’ll repost about the other issue — that is assuming the CSS correction doesn’t correct that as wel l.

    Thank you!

    Usual environment: Mac OS 10.15.7
    Also iPad Pro, usually the latest iOS
    #435304
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Working for me as well 🙂

    It does sound like it’s browser caching which was causing your issue. Using an iPad vs your regular computer shouldn’t matter.

    #435309
    Vera

    Removing the line of code from the child css style sheet worked. My all my modifications are now been saved. WHEW!

    I logged out of WordPress after modifying the css file. Sticky menu is working now, but I don’t know if the CSS correction or the log out solved it.

    My top menu is still misbehaving so I’ll post on that later.

    Thank you for pointing me in the right direction!

    Usual environment: Mac OS 10.15.7
    Also iPad Pro, usually the latest iOS
    #435762
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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