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  • Hello,
    it seems that Safari doesn’t render fine course-item-content-header.

    Instead of displaying the bar with the name of the course, the search and the full screen button, you can see the page of the theme below.

    I tried with various themes but the result is always the same.

    can you verify?

    Thank you

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  • I was in doubt that it could be due to my personalization, I tried on a brand-new WordPress setup with a basic theme (Twenty Eleven) and I get the same result. I have tried with various themes and in all cases on Safari I don’t see correctly the top bar when look at the lessons.

    I’ve tried to play with CSS and z-index values but with no luck.

    Here an example on Safari:
    And here an example on Chrome (correct):

    The issue is present on bot Mac OS and iOS

    Can you check?
    Thank you

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by fabio.grasso.

    Same for me, on safari only ( works fine on firefox, chroe , ie … ) : any theme I use, it does the same , no top bar for lessons ( when refreshing my page I can see it very quickly and then the page theme below appears and hide it)

    THis part of css doesn’t “work” on safari ( on mac, iphone, ipad etc )
    I tried to put ( line 4 ) “height: 120px” : I can see the 60px below the usual top bar .. so I guess this is the part that doesn’t work on safari.
    Even “height: 60px!important;’ doesn’ make anything

    #course-item-content-footer {
    position: fixed;
    height: 60px;
    right: 0;
    line-height: 60px;
    -webkit-box-sizing: border-box;
    -moz-box-sizing: border-box;
    box-sizing: border-box; }

    My english is not good ( I’m not native) , hope your understand what I mean

    But that problem, Learnpress is a fantastic plugin !!

    Hi again,
    Didn’t solved it, but made a little change that gives the top bar lesson just up to the lesson ( hidding the name on the lesson but as it is on the left menu, it’s ok fr me )
    In fact, I prefer like that : so that, you keep the theme look on the top of the page, not so bad.

    Here it is the lines I changed in my css

    #course-item-content-footer {
    position: relative;
    top: 0; left: 0;

    if it can help …

    height: 50px;
    line-height: 50px;

    in order to read the lesson text

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