Support » Plugin: Q2W3 Fixed Widget for WordPress » Fixed widget jumping behaviour in posts

  • Resolved Matthew

    (@krzysztofb89)


    Hi,

    I need help with two things.

    Issue 1: Steps to reproduce
    1. Go to any post page on my website, ex. https://inwestomat.eu/jak-koronawirus-wplynie-na-polski-rynek-nieruchomosci/
    2. Start scrolling down slowly while looking at the right sidebar
    3. Table of contents is expected to be sticky. I would like it to stick as soon as its beginning is at the top of the sidebar and stay there but it keeps scrolling down until it would normally disappear and then jumps back and sticks till the end of the page
    4. Please inspect my website and come up with a custom CSS to fix this. I already tried container position:static but nothing worked

    Issue2: Steps to reproduce
    1. Go to any post page on my website, ex. https://inwestomat.eu/jak-koronawirus-wplynie-na-polski-rynek-nieruchomosci/
    2. Start scrolling down slowly while looking at the right sidebar
    3. Table of contents is expected to stick only until the start of the comments section in the main page area (not sidebar), but I am not sure how to implement this using “Stop ID”. Can I even do this?
    4. If yes: please give me an HTML tag ID to put into the “Stop ID” section in the settings

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

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  • Matthew

    (@krzysztofb89)

    My theme is OceanWP. After reading the numerous “jumping” posts in this support forum I tried Custom CSS like this

    .container.clr.sidebar-container.widget-area.sidebar-primary { position: static; }

    but it doesn’t work. Please help.

    Plugin Support Odilo

    (@oric2016)

    Hi krzysztofb89

    Sorry for the delay. I see the point and I can reproduce the issue. Unfortunately, I have no direct solution.

    What you might do anyway:

    I suppose there’s another function, plugin, or script that uses and responses to the current scroll position and manipulates the source code.

    It might be the scroll to top button on the very lower right position or something else. Is there an option in your theme to control those things? You could try to use another theme temporarily (for test purposes only) just to find out whether it’s depending on your theme or not. Or you could disable/enable plugins to find out which one could be responsible.

    Kind regards, Odilo

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