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Since I use the Fixed Navbar is the Read More link a little strange. See the issue:

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This is where the right position has to be:

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This is the homepage: http://www.creatov.nl/

This is this article: http://www.creatov.n...-you-videoclip/

I do not see how to solve this one. And on the Pagelines demo I cannot see it either. Hope someone can help me out!

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Well, of course you can browse all my site. But... also the "normal" link to comments (/#wp-comments of /#disqus_thread) is doing the same. Just check out: http://www.creatov.nl/2012/10/quote-architect-van-je-toekomst/#disqus_thread and you see the form for comments is UNDER the navbar. This is not "working correctly". I cannot imagine I'm the only one with something like this.

The navbar is on top of the content, so you don't see where it starts. The only solution I see is not use a fixed navbar, but I'm not happy with this solution.

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The issue is that you have reduce the padding-top in your page canvas from 50px to 20px. Removing your customisation will resolve your issue.

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Thanks, I've done that. But... it only works properly with some anchor (like #wp-comments) if the padding-top of the page-canvas is 130px... That's really a lot, so this doesn't solve the issue. By the way, it works properly with the smaller bar (like on you smartphone). The same, but now correct.

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By the way, the "comments" anchor link in the Pagelines blog doesn't work at all: http://www.pagelines...lease/#comments doesn't go to the comments. This should be: http://www.pagelines...comment_stream There you see exactly the same issue. You don't see the list #comments # people listening and the images. How will you fix it over there?

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Danny, thanks for that.

Simon, this doesn't fix anything. I tried a lot of stuff, but it's hard make the page just start under the line of the fixed navigation. Whatever I tried in adding tricks in the CSS, it still doesn't work and I didn't find the right solution.

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It's interesting, on this link http://www.pagelines..._comment_stream you see (because of a little transparency) the line I mentioned behind the fixed navbar.

This has been fixed in 2.3.4 for comments including livefyre.

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Did you add that css?

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btw, you should turn off w3 cache while your developing it makes it impossible for us to help you.

i did find this in your html:


<?php wp_enqueue_script('jquery'); ?
[/CODE]

unrelated, but you shouldnt have php in your html so there is something wierd going on there.

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The read more link is not supposed to be in the article page. Since you're already viewing the actual article page, there would be no need for a "read more" link. The link is also appearing correctly on the main blog page where the posts are located.

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Thanks. Hopefully this is part of the solution for me also.

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I did add this CSS but it doesn't do anything. So I erased the lines again.

PS: for now I've disabled the caching.

And that jquery I have to search where this is coming from.

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I understand this tag should not appear in the normal post. But the issue is, when you click the read more link the position of the more tag should be on the top of the page. But now it is somewhere above the top and you miss some ot the lines.

So, http://www.creatov.nl/2012/10/i-dont-deserve-you-videoclip/#more-14522 (this is the read more link) should be open like this:

http://www.screencast.com/t/Z8vvZyN4f

But now its around 100px to far to the top. Hope you understand the issue.

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If you re-add the css, and we can see if it needs changing.

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The jquery line might be in the headerscripts area under custom code, possibly.

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Thanks, you're right. I think accidentally copied.

I've added the CSS again in the admin section

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Well it works in firefox, try lowercase h2

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Oké, I see. It works in Firefox (partly) but not in Safari and Chrome.

It does not solve this issue with other anchors have this one, only if I use an H2 after the "more" anchor. And in Firefox I have now just an extra white space to compensate the issue.

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Maybe someone who knows some css maybe able to help a bit more. But to be honest you gonna have to hack about with it.

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Thanks for now. I appreciate your help. It's a weird issue Normally I'm able to figure out how to manage things, but I'm stuck in this one. Again, thanks for now. I hope someone is having a great idea!

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Did the recent update fix this issue?

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Well, is there no hint to solve this issue? I'm still trying to figure out how to change this that it just works properly.

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OK, well this isn't actually an issue nor a bug and is actually working properly/as intended. This functionality is default in Wordpress as far as I'm aware.

http://codex.wordpre..._or_Top_of_Page

However, I am not sure why you have decided to use the more link, when if you choose the following settings:

PageLines > Blog & Posts > Post Excerpt or Summary Handling > Posts/Blog Page

And don't use full post content on the Blog/Post Page.

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The issue is not resolved. It looks like it is a broader issue with a fixed navbar (Like the normal Twitter Bootstrap fixed navbar). There are some hints on developer forums to do some CSS tricks, but that doesn't solve my problem. The first sentences are under the navbar if you use normal anchors in the text (like #wp-comments or #comments or #more or something else).

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