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[Resolved] Responsive rendering issues – blocks overlap

  • I am investigating the use of the Engrave theme on an existing website – I am very pleased with it and the customisations. However on several browsers the blocks towards the bottom of the page overlap with the footer on occasions, even after reloading (Chrome on Mac and PC, Safari on Mac).
    Any ideas why? Any ideas how I can fix this?
    Would the image sizes or text formatting in posts affect this?
    Will upgrading to the paid version fix this? I was planning to do this but this problem is a show-stopper.
    With thanks in advance for any ideas.
    (I am using a localhost and dev server to test the theme, unfortunately I can’t share a link to these.)

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  • Theme Author ThinkUpThemes

    @thinkupthemes

    Hi Paul,

    This is a known issue and is fixed for our next update. We plan to release the latest version on Friday. So hopefully depending on the workload of the review team it should be available to download by next weekend.

    In answer to your questions, the issue is caused by Masonry jQuery script. Changing the images or text formatting will not correct the issue. We have corrected this by adding a custom jQuery script.

    Thanks

    Fantastic – thanks for the very fast reply. I look forward to trying the new release.

    Theme Author ThinkUpThemes

    @thinkupthemes

    The latest version of Engrave (Lite) is now available and includes a fix for this issue.

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