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Article headers overlap main menus in the Blog section

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Hello

I'm using Wayne Corp template with some custom settings placed into custom.css

I'm experiencing display troubles with the BLOG section, the article header and social icons are displayed over the main menus and i can't rid of that.

Would you please tell me what css rule should i apply there to get article header properly displayed ?
I tried to apply some padding rules without success.

Site is offline because still in construction but i can provide access to you by PM.

Here are 2 pages from the blog concerned by the display issue :

http://s529471052.onlinehome.fr/BT_new3/energetique-batiments/etudes-audits-diagnostics/humidite
http://s529471052.onlinehome.fr/BT_new3/energetique-batiments/patturb-and-waymo-duel-at-key-hearing-over-car-technology

Link showing a screen capture : https://zupimages.net/up/19/33/mtqt.jpg

Is there a way to fix this issue only effective on BLOG section ?

I added the Page class " blog-energetique " to the category menu item, i thought i could help to apply css rules to the BLOG section only :

https://zupimages.net/up/19/33/lqy3.jpg


Many thanks for your help,

7 Answers

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi again

Please check now. I have done some css modification on your theme.scss file.

-Sohan :D

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Laurent

Send me your access via pm. Let me try to help you.

Waiting for your pm.

With Thanks
-Sohan :D

Laurent

More than a month ago #Permalink
Many thanks, now titles are properly placed. :o


I do find the your modification in template.css, do you change that file ?

I read that css rules should take place in custom.css.

For next template upgrades , will the modifications you did stay ?


I was not able tp find with web browser inspector how to determine the rules to changes, how did you find them ?
Can you show me how you found them ?

Regards,

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi

This also work in sccs files. But you are recommended to do css in custom.css file.

Off course this will stay on your next upgrades. If not then knock in the forum, many peoples here to help you.

I found them by matching your site with the demo site.

And finally you are always welcome.

-Sohan :D

Laurent

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can you please tell me lines numbers you modified in the scss file ?

This will help me to learn how things works

Many thanks

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi

I do changes on line no 2267-2269 in theme.scss file.


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