Support » Plugin: Elementor Website Builder » Elementor full width template disables Twenty Seventeen skip-to-content arrow

  • Resolved javorszarvas

    (@javorszarvas)


    Hi – I’m having problems with the Elementor full-width template and the skip-to-content arrow in the navigation bar on a home page using the Twenty Seventeen theme (both the regular theme and a child of it).

    The problem: assigning the Elementor full-width template to the page causes the arrow not to work. That is, clicking on it produces no result. Assigning the default template to the page makes the arrow work again, meaning that clicking on it scrolls the page down to the content. I’ve tried this in sites using both the Twenty Seventeen theme and the slightly modified child theme referenced in this post with identical results.

    This is the case in multiple browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari). No errors show up in the browser console when clicking on the non-functioning arrow.

    Thanks for any help or suggestions!

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

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  • Plugin Support Lisa R

    (@lisaelementor)

    Hey @javorszarvas,

    This seems like a conflict with the TwentySeventeen theme.
    I will pass this along to the team To investigate.
    Thanks for the feedback!

    Thanks! Just in case anyone goes to look at the referenced site, there, I’ve changed it so the header image appears thinner, but originally it was full-screen as in the stock TwentySeventeen theme.

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