Support » Theme: Responsive » Update to 4.0.2 Broke Layout

  • Resolved grape

    (@grape)


    I’ve been updating my diff sites, and use Responsive on a couple.
    Once I update to the newest version.. the sidebar (right), now goes ABOVE the content. And strangely the featured images disappeared as well.

    Please help! as this is happening with a few sites that now look horrid.

    Thanks much!!

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  • Theme Author CyberChimps

    (@cyberchimps)

    Hi Grape,

    Can you please give your site URL? We will look into the issue on priority.

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    Theme Author CyberChimps

    (@cyberchimps)

    Hi Grape,

    Can you please give your site URL? We will look into the issue on priority.

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    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by CyberChimps.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Jan Dembowski.

    Hi,

    I’ve had the same problem!

    The Sidebar content appeared just after the Logo

    The site is here: https://phillipsonweb.co.uk/

    But – I’ve had to roll the theme back to 3.4 [ due to hosting configuration issues, I can’t easily create a Staging copy of this site ]

    That said. I’m happy to test any Beta versions you want, as the site gets Very Little traffic……

    Mike

    Thread Starter grape

    (@grape)

    Thanks so much for looking into this!
    here is the link:
    https://blog.blackandwhitecookies.com/

    Thread Starter grape

    (@grape)

    Please? thank you!

    Thread Starter grape

    (@grape)

    Should I re-post this, or will someone look int to it.

    Thread Starter grape

    (@grape)

    PLEASE Help!

    It seems to be pulling the
    <aside id=”secondary” class=”grid col-300 fit” role=”complementary”>
    Which is the sidebar, in the header, before the header is closed…

    I don’t know if it was always structured that way, or if that has changed, or a css style redefined or renamed?

    But the sidebar is sitting on top, up in the header and before the main content.

    Hi there,

    The HTML structure on your site looks different than the structure of the theme.

    For e.g. on your site, I can see – <div id =”logo”>
    However, this is not in Responsive. Instead <div id=”site-branding”> is present.

    Can you please confirm that you have not made any changes to the theme?

    Thread Starter grape

    (@grape)

    I did do a logo class in my child theme, this was many years ago when I did the site so can’t remember why that was chosen other then it was in the theme at the time. However, I switched ‘logo’ with ‘site-branding’, but it still did not correct the sidebar issue.

    I did have a child theme header.php which I’ve updated with your current version, this did fix the sidebar issue. hooray.

    But the custom css navigation menu had to be redone as well…as well as many other css call outs.

    There have obviously been many changes to the theme, since my child theme, including many css elements.. I just wish it would be easier to update without having to redo so much. This is only site 1 of 4..

    Theme Author CyberChimps

    (@cyberchimps)

    @grape

    Responsive’s HTML structure was changed in version 4 because it had gone out-of-date making it difficult to:

      Conform to the W3C HTML standards
      And, add new features to the Responsive theme

    The following changes were done in terms of CSS:
    div id=content-outer has been changed to class outer-content, this was done for W3C compatibility. Please use class .content-outer in your custom css.

    Please refer to https://docs.cyberchimps.com/responsive/upgrading-to-4.0.0 to get more ideas about what else has changed.

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