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  • josh@axessnetwork.com

    (@joshaxessnetworkcom)


    I was using the shortcodes for the domain search on my homepage and the input button CSS seems to have been over-ridden with the most recent update of the plugin. Did the shortcodes get updated as weill with the newest release?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • josh@axessnetwork.com

    (@joshaxessnetworkcom)

    Also, with the shortcodes, after searching it now displays 2 input fields. Should I move away from using the shortcode search feature?

    Plugin Author Bryan Focht

    (@bfocht)

    Hi Josh, yes the html that is rendered did change in the shortcode and widget. They are the exact same regardless if you use a shortcode or widget.

    We tried to make the change have the least impact because had to wrap the “Continue to cart” button in a FORM tag. This is what most likely is causing CSS issues for you.

    The reason we had to wrap the button in a FORM tag was to give maximum browser compatibility, specifically with Safari on iPhone devices which have a pretty strict Privacy setting. These privacy settings were preventing the ability to add domains to cart.

    Plugin Author Bryan Focht

    (@bfocht)

    @joshaxessnetworkcom I noticed you posted the link to your site so I was able to take a look.

    I used the Chrome inspector and I noticed you have two headers on your site, once is a called fw-sticky-header and another is called fw-header. Are you able to remove the shortcode from the fw-sticky-header?

    I will see if I can reproduce similar behavior on my development site, but the modal pop-up looks like it is grabbing the domain search from the fw-sticky-header and moving it to fw-header which is should not be doing.

    I’ll see if I can fix this issue, but in the meantime try to remove the shortcode from one of the headers.

    josh@axessnetwork.com

    (@joshaxessnetworkcom)

    Thanks Bryan.

    I’ll take a look at the CSS and see if I can update my styles for the button.

    On the 2 headers issue, I’m not sure i have that control with the theme I’m using. I think the sticky header is a JS/CSS function they designed as I don’t really have a way to update that independently except to turn off.

    Perhaps my issue will just be resolved by removing the domain search from the header area and just creating section in the body of the page. Not my ideal solution but definitely should fix the issue.

    Thanks for the quick response.

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