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creatov    0
creatov

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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Rob    547
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I don't know if that component even works in an excerpt. I'd have to to some testing. But it seems illogical, since its purpose is to split content and an excerpt is not content in the whole sense. It's a piece of it. It would be like splitting a description of the post. Why would anyone do it? Give me a day and I'll test this.


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Rob    547
Rob

Well, that took me less time than I thought. Actually, the more tag just causes no break in the excerpt and includes the "Continue Reading" which is there by default for excerpts. It will simply not add a divider line and "...More" as expected.

If added to the post, it merely cuts the excerpt earlier than expected without adding any divider line. It did not benefit the full post either.

Considering this, your site is actually working correctly.


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creatov    0
creatov

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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Danny    1,327
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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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creatov    0
creatov

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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Simon    247
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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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creatov    0
creatov

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

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