Support » Plugin: Divi Accessibility » Plug-in version 1.0.2 breaks header code

  • Resolved epiisila

    (@epiisila)


    I installed the plug-in update this morning and css starts showing up for various things. In the initial case, it’s eliminating the background color. This did not happen on the previous version. Any ideas for a fix?

    i.e. body.custom-background { background-color: #565656; } shows up on the page

    • This topic was modified 9 months ago by  epiisila.

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  • sdwire

    (@sdwire)

    The problem is in a meta tag that Divi Accessibility adds:

    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 />

    It’s missing a closing quotation mark for the content attribute

    Even the vendor’s own website – campuspress.com – exhibits the problem, displaying a small piece of javascript code at the top of the page.

    epiisila

    (@epiisila)

    Thanks sdwire! I edited accessible-divi/public/class-divi-accessibility-public.php file and it fixed the problem.

    Plugin Author Joseph Fusco

    (@joefusco)

    Thank you for the feedback! Plugin has been fixed.

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