• Resolved lady_r0gue


    I notice that the parallax effect on the about Frontpage section isn’t working at all on mobile chrome or PC – it’s working on the big title section on PC but not mobile but works fine on Firefox. I’m sure it was working before, is it just me?

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  • Thread Starter lady_r0gue


    Oh yeah and on Brave mobile browser, I have no parallax effect on Big title section, functioning parallax on About section (though the to-top button bugs out a lil bit and gives me a little grey bar at the bottom of the About section on scroll, it disappears when I stop – not that it’s the biggest biggie in the wild but you know, details)…

    Hi @lady_r0gue,

    Thanks for choosing Hestia!

    This seems to be an issue indeed and it was already reported to our developers. In the meantime, you could add the code below in the Additional CSS section within the Customizer. It should help achieve the parallax effect on Chrome as well.

    .home .section-image {
        -webkit-transform: unset;

    Have a nice day!

    Thread Starter lady_r0gue


    Ah that’s nice 🙂 still not got it on the big title section on mobile browsers but the about section is working perfectly, thank you

    Thread Starter lady_r0gue


    maybe not EVERYTHING has to be Parallax anyway haha

    Hello, when will this issue be fixed? I tried luciamarinescu’s workaround, but I still have no parallax for the big title section in chrome and firefox. It works in Safari though. Thanks.



    Hello @avaburnham ,

    Thank you for using Hestia and for reaching out!

    The issue has been fixed on May 5th and it should be working fine now. I have tried it on my testing instance with the latest version of the Theme and it works as expected.

    Can you please try to check for plugin conflicts and see if the issue resolves?

    To do it safely without losing any of your work, please take the following steps:
    Install and activate the Health Check plugin.
    Enable the TroubleShoot mode.
    Enable the Hestia theme and open the page.
    Does it resolve the issue? If yes, then there is some plugin conflict or configuration error that you can check by enabling theme/plugins one by one in the troubleshooting mode.
    Health Check allows troubleshooting without losing the current setup. The changes are done only temporarily until you turn off the troubleshoot mode. However, it is recommended to keep a backup.

    You might want to back your website up before doing this; if you don’t already have a backup plugin, then you can use this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/.

    Since it’s a new plugin, it most likely won’t cause any additional issues.

    Also, can you please share the URL of your website in case this didn’t work so we can take a closer look?

    Thank you and let us know if this solved your issue.

    Hi Mat, thanks for getting back to me.

    Unfortunately it still doesn’t work. I tried the Health Check plugin, but it didn’t reveal the problem as far as I can tell.

    My site is agitalabs.com. If you visit the site in safari, the image in the big title section will stay fixed when you scroll down, but in Chrome and Firefox it scrolls up with the rest of the page. I added custom CSS for the parallax, not the built-in parallax effect in hestia. I just wanted the image to stay in one place, not move when you move the cursor over it.

    Please let me know if you find any solution or you can tell what the problem is! Thanks.

    This is the CSS I added that does work in Safari, and used to work in all browsers:

    .header-filter {
    	background-image: url("https://agitalabs.com/staging/2213/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Technology-Website-Banner-High-Contract.png");
    height: 100%; 
    background-attachment: fixed;
    background-position: center;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-size: cover;

    Hi @avaburnham!

    Please continue the discussion on the separate thread that you created.

    Thank you!

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