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    • #1259

      parkerj
      Member

      If I wanted to edit creatiz/content.php, is it as easy as copying it over to the child theme? Thanks.

    • #1281

      parkerj
      Member

      Well I figured out that copying a few functions to functions.php in the child theme gives me what I need, but now I have a new issue that I’ve never noticed before. There is about a 10px space between the banner and the top of the screen when scroll fix menu is set to on. How can I fix this?

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      Alyssa
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    • #1288

      parkerj
      Member

      Yes. please see attached. The arrow in the screenshot is pointing at the space I was referring.

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    • #1303

      parkerj
      Member

      Never mind, I figured it out. I started to think that maybe it was a plugin issue that might be affecting the frontend. I didn’t realize that this was only an issue when I was logged in until I deactivated a admin bar removal plugin. That extra space was the missing admin bar. So, I am off to see if there is a plugin that removes that whole section all together when users are logged in.

    • #1312

      parkerj
      Member

      I see that no plugin will work for this, so it must be controlled by either javascript or css. So, how can I remove the section to not accommodate the admin bar?

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