Standard Widget Extensions
[resolved] Bug in fire Fox (4 posts)

  1. Native Imaging
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hey, bravo on the plugin. I spent the last 7 days testing every single sticky js on the web. Only a few actually work logically with proper overflow scrolling and stopping inside containers. One bug I see with every sticky js i've found is in Fire Fox. Maybe I have a CSS conflict, but even with this plugin, i'm still seeing the sidebar completely disappear when the fixed position activates in firefox.

    I'm close to just giving up on the whole sticky idea, facebook seems to have the only script on the internet that actually works, but its not available to the public.

    Here is a link to my test location: http://universalschema.nativeimaging.com

    I'm using the newest jquery library from google ajax, and very close to the wordpress 2013 theme.

    PS, i wish the position:sticky was finalized for CSS already. It's been 3 years in the waiting and its still a standard. GRRRR!!!

    BTW, again, this plugin ROCKS!


  2. blogger323
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #


    I confirmed the behavior you mentioned on your test site. At the moment, I have no idea why the difference between Chrome and Firefox is there.

    • Could you try to set 'widget-area' as the Sidebar ID instead of 'tertiary' and see if the sticky feature works well?
    • If it doesn't work, could you keep your test site until the next weekend?

    I'm sorry but I'm busy this week for my main job...

  3. blogger323
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Please remove the following style for *, *:after, *:before in your style.css if you don't need.

    -moz-backface-visibility: hidden;
    backface-visibility: hidden;

    It seems a bug of Firefox. I hope this helps you.


  4. blogger323
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    After a few weeks with no response, I'd like to mark this as resolved because I think I showed the answer.

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