January 7th, 2018 at 01:18 #58002
With the installation of Mantra v.3, I have two key issues. The first is that the sidebar on the right of my homepage has become too narrow, allowing for only five or six letters in a row on a PC browser. The second is that my header image has been cut off on the right side, as you can see if you visit the site.
How can I fix these issues?
Incidentally, when I open a blog post, the right column is slightly larger, though still more narrow than previous the previous Mantra version.
Website: lckeagy.comJanuary 7th, 2018 at 16:32 #58018
Both of the issues should be corrected in today’s upcoming 3.0.3 update.
The new versions have slightly more content padding and new default widths to work with it, but the configured widths are not changed automatically during the update.
To accommodate the new padding and return the sidebar to a width similar to the previous version you should increase the site width in the settings. The new default content / sidebar widths are 800 / 340px (resulting in 1140px total width).January 10th, 2018 at 23:45 #58178
I did the updates today on my WordPress Multisite and it added the sidebar to right after the content. I have 900 websites with this right sidebar hanging there after the content. Was never there before until I did the Mantra update and the Cryout Settings update. My layout settings are correct. There is a bug here.
Website: www.therealmoney.onlineJanuary 12th, 2018 at 13:13 #58241
Me too – after doing the update my right sidbar (web-display) has a width about 20px, schould be 250px.
Website: www.sv-hollingstedt.deMay 27th, 2018 at 14:09 #64144
I have a problem with the header being cut in half horizontally. I used Vaultpress to restore a previous version of my site (prior to Mantra update) and found the problem was resolved – so definitely a bug in the theme.
When can we expect the bug fixes that address this? I like this theme and it would be very disappointing – and a pain in the arse – to change themes.
Website: www.cultureofhealth.com.auJune 3rd, 2018 at 11:06 #64421June 3rd, 2018 at 21:52 #64496
By re-assign do you mean re-edit the header? I have replaced the header image, which was designed to Mantra specs and required nearly zero cropping. Interestingly the problem occurs on my computer but not on my other devices (phone notably).
Pete.June 7th, 2018 at 06:22 #64643
Is there a solution in sight? Still have the problem with the header, which I don’t have with Mantra on my other site because I restored an older version through Vaultpress. However I now have a problem with images not being displayed, and some images being offset. Are you sure that rewriting this theme was a good idea? Now it is buggy while it was working fine before.
Website: www.cultureofhealth.com.auJune 10th, 2018 at 15:04 #64780
What height is the header set to in the theme’s options?
I see you’re also using CSS minification in your caching plugin. Please turn that off (or exclude the theme’s files) as this functionality breaks Mantra’s styles order.
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