Support » Theme: Donovan » Strange template behavior

  • Resolved theincogtion

    (@theincogtion)


    My Problem:
    some posts have a “standard-template” and others have a “standardtemplate”
    That looks to be the same but it isn’t. The difference is the position of the search bar in the header:
    /test-ashampoo-backup-pro-12-backup-software/

    in this article the searchbar is in the correct position (standardtemplate).

    On the following posting the search bar is in the wrong position (standard-template):
    /avm-fritzbox-cable-versionen-im-vergleich/

    Any ideas why I can choose between different templates? My problem is now that in the posting which has the problem I can not switch to the working template.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Theme Author ThemeZee

    (@themezee)

    Hi there,

    Thanks so much for using Donovan.

    On the second page with the broken header there is some CSS code added by a plugin which breaks the layout of the theme.

    I recommend to remove your comparison table or some other elements from the post to see which one breaks the theme styling.

    While testing that, please also deactivate your caching and CSS minification plugins. You won’t see any differences when they are active.

    Best,
    Thomas

    theincogtion

    (@theincogtion)

    I recommend to remove your comparison table

    Done but no difference

    While testing that, please also deactivate your caching and CSS minification plugins.

    Done but no difference

    some other elements from the post to see which one breaks the theme styling.

    there is just “normal” text left

    Theme Author ThemeZee

    (@themezee)

    Hi again,

    You can try to deactivate ALL your plugins to see if it fixes the issue. If yes, enable your plugins one by one to find out which plugin is responsible.

    I can’t tell you anything else other than that there is some custom CSS on that page which breaks the styling of the header area. You have to find it.

    Best,
    Thomas

    theincogtion

    (@theincogtion)

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