By Michael Kummer+
we have noticed that the Elements section is displaying incorrectly under IE11 on Windows 10. See xiting.us. The 3 sections above the footer are Elements sections and they have way too much spacing.
Is this a known issue?
I was hoping someone could help. Firstly all my websites are DMS and all hosted on Flywheel. Recently I have noticed that on my sites including fresh installs with only DMS and a few DMS sections the main wordpress menus are disappearing when I hover them in the dashboard. This looks really flakey and I am not sure why. I have tried disabling the plugins but this does not help me.
Please see screen grab. Has anyone seen this?
I am using Quickslider for the display of one image. How do I remove the padding or space right above the image so that it will be flush with the cnavas section above it?
Thanks so much.
I have a problem with sub menus with my main nav. I basically have a top-level nav called 'products' and custom sub heading called 'Everyday' with a sub menu from that, but for some reason - its not working.
I can't understand why, it should be seamless *or* is there something within the framework that prevents this?
See the attached screenshots showing how the menu is structured and should be (back-end) and what its doing front end.
Grateful for any pointers
I posted two different questions earlier, and I am having a lot of trouble with DMS 2.
Every time I make a change to one page absed on a specific DMS 2-template the rest of my website is affected, some loses all styling, some loses sections.
I am using Polylang for translations. For this I have made a number of custom menus in different languages.
When I try to make the English version use the English menu all the other language pages are set to use the english menu.
This is no good - I am really frustrated.
I am almost sure part of the blame falls on me - I must be doing something wrong.
Can you please help me out - thanks.