Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar » OnePress’ sticky menu is covered by month tab

  • Resolved wgrundlingh

    (@wgrundlingh)


    The OnePress theme provides a static front page with a sticky top menu that follows you while scrolling. The calendar’s “View As” option runs over this sticky menu for some reason:

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    Is this something that can be fixed?

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  • Plugin Contributor Caroline

    (@tribecari)

    Hi @wgrundlingh,

    Thanks for taking the time to reach out! This definitely looks like a problem that should be easy to address with a simple CSS tweak. Would you be willing to share a link to this page on your site so that we can take a closer look? 🙂

    Thank you!

    Hey @tribecari,

    The website is currently under development, but here’s an active link pointing to the events calendar:
    http://capitalregionbeekeepers.ca/wp2/events/

    Thanks.

    Plugin Contributor Caroline

    (@tribecari)

    Hi @wgrundlingh,

    Perfect, thanks so much for sending that over! Please try adding this CSS to a new CSS file in your theme’s folder (using these instructions):

    .site-header { z-index: 1000; }

    This should bring the menu on your site a bit higher compared to your other page elements, making it so that this overlap issue does not occur when scrolling.

    Thanks again, and let us know if you should have any other questions! 🙂

    Awesome @tribecari!

    Since I’m using a child theme, I followed the instruction listed here:
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes
    The higher index worked well. I’ll send this thread as a reference to the Onepress theme developers. Perhaps their original choice of 99 is too low. I’m not sure what would be considered sufficient for most (all) circumstances.

    Plugin Author Barry

    (@barryhughes-1)

    Awesome, thanks for confirming that the higher index worked 🙂

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