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  • in reply to: Change Template on a Page with A Dynamic Slug #429555

    Actually there were a few things messing with the layout. The “Header Footer Elementor” plugin (I used it for my footer), was injecting some strange padding in there, but more importantly, the sub menu item had a height: 100% which pushed the main content way down. Thinking that came from the GP parent theme though so maybe check that out. I fixed by changing this css:

    .menu-item-has-children .dropdown-menu-toggle {
    	height: inherit;
    }
    	

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Change Template on a Page with A Dynamic Slug #429255

    Hi Leo,

    This issue is still unfixed…Here’s a link to the “Job Listings” page.

    http://633.ea8.myftpupload.com/job-listings/

    Once you click on a job, and go to the job description page, instead of passing the content through and using the same template, the dynamically created description page is loading the default template with sidebar. Is it possible to override the default template to the same full width template, instead of the sidebar template?

    BTW, I did remove all plugins and started from scratch with nothing but the indeed plugin and the gp theme. Still having the same issue.

    Hey Lyle,

    Thanks for the tip on disabling colors and fonts in Elementor!

    Adam

    in reply to: Change Template on a Page with A Dynamic Slug #417954

    The .sidebar is displaying as none now.

    in reply to: Change Template on a Page with A Dynamic Slug #417894

    sorry, go to /job-listings

    in reply to: Change Template on a Page with A Dynamic Slug #417885

    The slug is ‘indeed-jobs’, but that’s being generated from the plugin. I’m not sure why you don’t see any content in the body tag. You looked at the homepage or the link I sent?

    in reply to: Menu Plus - Duplicate Menu Items #417588

    Yes, thank you. It was a mistake on my part. Upon migrating to GD Managed WordPress, I failed to add prefixes to a few table elements.

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