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  • Folks:

    Can you tell me why my dates and category are missing on posts on front page and other pages above the feature image?



    Ken Gray

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  • Ken – this is happening on my Hueman site as well. But only in the Chrome browser. Works as usual in Firefox and Safari.

    I’ve poked around my plug-ins… can’t figure it out. I do have two small Hueman sites with similar plug ins where it’s NOT happening. See for example:

    John Norton

    Thread Starter kengray20



    The same thing is happening with me Firefox works, Chrome doesn’t.

    I don’t have the faintest reason why but it might be a plugin conflict or a conflict with a Chrome extension. Grammarly was destroying all the styles on a number of posts in Chrome. Every time now I put an extension in Chrome, it interferes with the styling of posts.

    It would be nice if the Hueman people took a look at these two problems.



    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by kengray20.

    We have also a curious problem with categories on homepage.
    all the posts are in “standard” mode publication. And one post haven’t the category right above the featured image.
    Source code is ok… and the same for all the categories. Problem only with Chrome.
    No problem on Firefox and Chromium.
    I really don’t understand this chrome behaviour.

    Yes, ours is standard, too, if I understand your meaning.
    The category/date are still there but covered by featured image.
    Very faintly seen in background.

    “float: left;” for post-category et post-date seems to be the problem. Or Chrome is the problem…

    overflow: auto; on post-inner (parent div) seems to solve the problem. But don’t ask me why 😀

    Thread Starter kengray20



    I’m not a coder so does anyone have an answer to this in English?




    can you please add under additional CSS:

    Please put only that code below:

    position: relative!important;

    Thank you,

    Best Wishes.

    Thread Starter kengray20



    Thank you. It works.

    And thank you for the simple straight-forward instructions.



    Sorry, but !important should only be used as a last resort.
    I prefer my overflow: auto; on post-inner
    A fix from Hueman Team will be appreciate.

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