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July 4, 2022 at 8:50 am #2272908Matthias
I suddenly have a big white gap at the bottom of my page (tested on different devices) – under my footer.
It seems to be caused by the plugin “autooptimize” – which i just added – using mostly the settings from the documentation (my cookie plugin needed some parts different.)
Do you know which setting in the plugin can cause this?July 4, 2022 at 10:14 am #2272979YingStaffCustomer Support
If you disable the plugin, does the issue go away immediately?
Let me know!July 4, 2022 at 11:34 pm #2273363Matthias
yes – it disappears as soon as i deactivate the autooptimize plugin.
not sure what you mean by missing css class. The additional css/css i added to child theme style.css?
Slide-out navigation? If you mean the sidebar plugin – the white gap also appears when i deactivate that one.
But you seem to be right – as the sidebar (can be slided-out by clicking the contact button on the right side) – also does not work when autooptimize is activated.
Edit: As your clue made me thinking i tried a little and found the problem:
The white space is coming from the Slide out navigation, however, it’s appearing there because it’s being affected by a plugin. Specifically, as mentioned by Ying, some CSS classes for it to work as expected is missing – thus the white gap.
To clarify, if the sidebar plugin is disabled and autoptimize is kept activated, does the issue disappear as well?
Also, are you combining/minifying CSS and JS through Autoptimize? If so, can you try disabling this functionality?
Kindly let us know.July 5, 2022 at 1:09 am #2273436Matthias
No – The white space also appears if the sidebar plugin is deactivated.
Minified: tbh i dont really understand what im setting in autooptimize 😉 – im using it cause its recommended here – and i use the settings recommended in the docs of gü alongside those of my cookie plugin (there i only added the path to the “exclude from autooptimze” and those in the misc section – the rest is as recommended in the gp docs).
If by minified js you mean the option “Individual JS-files will be minified and deferred, making them non-render-blocking.” – thats not activated..
“Aggregate all linked CSS-files? If this option is off, the individual CSS-files will remain in place but will be minified.” – BUT – this also causes some problems with the sidebar plugin – no white gap under the footer – but in the ?header? (under the menu, over the page content). The sidebar plugin works with this – but the vertical contact button i added is displaced in the white gap.
So with turning those two off it works as wanted.July 5, 2022 at 5:11 pm #2274263Fernando Customer Support
I see. Indeed, some settings in optimization plugins sometimes cause issues.
The same goes for minification of JS.
If Aggregation of CSS also cause issues, keep it disabled as well.
For reference, here’s a guideline from GP with regards to Autoptimize settings, but this would be case to case, depending on the plugins included in a website: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/configuring-autoptimize/
Hope this clarifies!
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