Support » Plugin: Footnotes Made Easy » footnote-numbers appear doubled

  • Resolved thomas69

    (@thomas69)


    First of all I would like to thank you for providing this nice footnotes made easy-plugin.
    I habe two wordpress installations using it. In both of them the footnote-numbers are shown doubled, as you can see on this site:

    https://www.heimat123.de/werner-herzog/

    or in this picutre:

    What ist the matter with that, did I do somthing wrong?
    Best regards,
    Thomas

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  • Plugin Author David Artiss

    (@dartiss)

    Hi Thomas,

    Taking a quick look at your site, this appears to be something that either your theme or a plugin is doing to the display of unordered list numbers.

    Using the element inspection tool in my browser, it looks like it may be down to an element named .czr-wp-the-content. Basically, this plugin tries, as much as possible, not to enforce style on the output, allowing it to be more easily customised. The side-effect thought are potential issues like this.

    It may be worth temporarily switching your theme for, say, a default one to see if it clears up – you can switch it back straight away. If that works, you know your theme is at fault and can raise this with the developer. Otherwise, you’ll need to try and narrow down the specific plugin.

    Thread Starter thomas69

    (@thomas69)

    Hi David,
    thank you very much for your reply. You are defintively right with your idea, crz is the theme i use (customizr). I wanted to buy the pro-version anyway, so I first gonna look if and how the problem appears under that version, and then contact the developers.
    Thank you very much!
    Thomas

    Thread Starter thomas69

    (@thomas69)

    Hi David, just to solve this topic: I had contact with the editors of the theme (costomizr pro) today and they helped me to solve the problem with a simple custom CSS:

    .czr-wp-the-content ol>li:before {
    display: none;
    }

    Now everything works properly!

    Best regards and thank you again for your efforts, i guess they made it easy to localize and to solve the problem.

    Thomas

    Plugin Author David Artiss

    (@dartiss)

    That’s great news Thomas – I’m glad you got this sorted.

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