June 15, 2019 at 10:02 pm #1110712
I just updated to Enfold 4.5.7 (WordPress 5.2.1) and the sidebar for Advanced Layout Editor created blog posts has the sidebar appearing after the article instead of in the sidebar position. An example post is: https://www.strategydriven.com/2019/06/08/a-business-blog-should-be-20-of-your-marketing-strategy/
This just started occurring upon the update of Enfold to 4.5.7. Prior to the update, all was well. All other plugins and WordPress itself are running on the latest versions.
Note that Advanced Layout Editor for pages works just fine. Additionally, blog posts created with the WP Classic Editor also appear just fine.
I also noted that after the Enfold theme update to 4.5.7, several but not all of the options tabs had the ‘Save Changes’ button activated. For those that did have the ‘Save Changes’ button activated, I clicked on it and saved the changes even though no changes were made. This did not resolve the issue. The Blog tab was one of the tabs having the ‘Save Changes’ button activated.
Admin login credentials have been provided in the Private Content to enable a login for further investigation as requested in another string.
Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
All the Best,
NathanJune 16, 2019 at 2:40 pm #1110792
Thank you for the link to your site, I couldn’t login because of this message: “WordPress Login Temporarily Disabled”
Your page looks like it is using a full-width grid at the bottom of the page. Sidebars will always show below full-width elements.
Please try removing this and see if your sidebar returns to it’s placement.
MikeJune 17, 2019 at 4:45 am #1110900
Thank you for the response. You should now be able to log in. Unfortunately, we sometimes get hit with a spam attach and our hosting provider temporarily suspends logins to our website during the attack.
We are using the Add Widget After Content plugin and has a Portfolio Grid within it that followed all of our posts which I found to be creating the problem you described. I disabled the Add Widget After Content for the Advanced Layout Editor posts and that solved the problem… sort of. At this time, the related articles (appearing as “You might also like…”) that follows our posts as well as the social media buttons and comments no longer appeared. I was able to use the Advanced Layout Editor to add a single column container with the Portfolio Grid, Social Media, and Comments content elements within it but there does not appear to be a Related Posts content element so that I might restore that as well. If there is any guidance you can provide me in this regard, it would be greatly appreciated.
All the Best,
NathanJune 18, 2019 at 7:08 pm #1111429
Ca you try show us with a screenshot exactly what is missing please?
BasilisJuly 7, 2019 at 5:18 am #1116366
Thank you for getting back to me. I’ve resolve the issue by using the Classic Editor and then adding video using the “Magic Wand”. This allows me to keep all of the functionality associated with my posts.
All the Best,
NathanJuly 7, 2019 at 10:33 am #1116396
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