Support » Plugin: Q2W3 Fixed Widget for WordPress » Stop ID not working?

  • Resolved jamiek47



    I have entered the stop ID hf_featured, but the widgets don’t stop, they are still going over the top of the content.

    What is the issue here?


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  • Plugin Support Odilo


    Hi jamiek47

    I just took a look at your website and I could not find an element with the id “hf_featured”. There’s only an element with the class (class=”hf_featured”) “hf_featured” which is something different wouldn’t make Fixed Widget to stop.

    So please define an element with the id “hf_featured” (id=”hf_featured”) or use an id of an element that already exists on your website.

    Kind regards, Odilo


    Is there a reason why you only allow us to enter an ID and not a class?

    I run into this issue with quite a lot of themes that use a class for their footer and not an ID. It’s quite a bit of work to modify the theme file and css references just to get a sidebar widget to stop with a bit of white space above the footer.

    @tfmwa @oric2016

    This is my issue, my theme uses classes, not ID.

    Right so my brain only just came up with the genius idea of wrapping any type of footer content or after content widget in a little div with an ID like “stop-sticky”. And use that as a stop target. Maybe you can use that as well @jamiek47

    Still, would be nice if we could just enter classes as well as IDs.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 3 weeks ago by tfmwa.

    @tfmwa will give that a go, cheers!

    Plugin Support Odilo


    Hi tfmwa and jamiek47

    @tfmwa This looks like to be a good workaround. Thank you for sharing this with us.

    To be able to use class names as well is on our new feature’s list.

    Kind regards, Odilo

    • This reply was modified 5 months ago by Odilo.
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