Support » Plugin: Fixed Widget and Sticky Elements for WordPress » Widget goes over the other widget

  • Resolved Charmenoir

    (@charmenoir)


    Hi!

    I’m using this useful plugin but I found a little problem in the meanwhile: I use all the widget in “fixed mode” and sometimes (not always) the first widget start to be fixed and goes down over or behind the second widget, then also the second widget starts to go down and everything proceed ok. But for a there is some visual problems.
    The strange thing is that it doesn’t happen always.

    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    Hi!
    This behavior may be caused by css-property position: relative applied to widget container. To be sure I need to check your site.

    Thread Starter Charmenoir

    (@charmenoir)

    Hi Max,
    thanks for your kind reply. If you want and can, I will send you privately a user access data so you can see what is happening. I use I widely used theme “BeTheme”.
    I know it’s a free plug-in so I’m not pretending anything. But If you’d like I can show you the website.

    Thanks

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    You can send me an email from this page: http://www.q2w3.ru/contacts/

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by Max Bond.
    Thread Starter Charmenoir

    (@charmenoir)

    Ok Max, thank you very much! πŸ˜€

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    Yes! I see the site now.

    position: relative is present in layout.css line 1122:

    .widget {
        padding-bottom: 30px;
        margin-bottom: 30px;
        position: relative;
    }

    You can disable or change it to position: static or override with custom CSS (best way):

    .widget {
        position: static !important;
    }
    Thread Starter Charmenoir

    (@charmenoir)

    Good Morning Max,

    I tried, the CSS takes effect but it doesn’t work.
    Now fixed widget it’s blocked except for a strange movement at the start πŸ˜€

    Sorry!

    Plugin Contributor Max Bond

    (@max-bond)

    That was my mistake:

    .widget {
        position: static !important;
    }

    That command override position: relative; and position: fixed; both! Please remove it and try to comment position: relative; in layout.css:

    .widget {
        padding-bottom: 30px;
        margin-bottom: 30px;
        /*position: relative;*/
    }
    Thread Starter Charmenoir

    (@charmenoir)

    Hi Max! Thanks, it seems it has worked now!
    I tried several time and I didn’t meet the problem so I think it’s solved.

    Thank you very much for your support πŸ˜€

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