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    Immediately on updating to Enfold 4.2 The menu dropped into the page content – also lost its scrolling action along with the logo which retains larger size (running WP 4.9).

    This happened a few days ago so I went back to backups – I thought a new version may fix

    I have not upgraded any of the active plugins yet – so not to confuse (mainly just the big ones – Jetpack/updraft/ etc)


    Hey studio3enfold,

    Please, can you check if there is any plugin conflicting with our theme disabling all of them?

    Best regards,
    John Torvik


    OK John – all deactivated – still have the issue – any thoughts?


    Just a thought John/guys,

    I first saw this last week when I updated everything WP, Theme and plugins – so I went back to a backup – this time (a few hours ago) I started from an updated WordPress (which was OK) then I updated Enfold – to 4.2 as it is now – immediately saw the irregularity – then reported.

    All I have done since is deactivate ALL the plugins – have left the site this way for now.

    Hope this may help


    Hi studio3enfold,

    Here is the code you can put in Enfold > General Styling > Quick Css,  if it does not work, put into themes/enfold/css/custom.css

    .main_menu {
        top: 0;

    If you need further assistance please let us know.

    Best regards,


    Thanks Victoria – progress – we are getting there! – menu fixed but logo is still staying ‘big’ when scrolling – it should reduce size to fit into the header when scrolling?.
    This worked in ‘quick css’ in Enfold > General Styling > Quick Css
    Does this mean it will stay effective with subsequent updates (I will not have to re-input it)?

    I will switch back on the main plugins – it is clearly not them!

    If we can fix the logo action this would be good.



    For information – I did try removing the logo but the default Endold one came up too big and did not reduce on scrolling either.

    If it is too difficult I suppose I can use a reduced size logo that does not block so much content on scrolling – this would be a shame – I have a lot of Enfold sites (into double figures I think) and the logo scrolling action is really impressive and works well.

    Tony (studio3enfold)


    Still awaiting ideas on the logo issue before I try and make a ‘tiny’ one for general use (still large – oversteps header & stays same when scrolling)



    OK guys – I have gone with the ‘mini’ logo workaround – it remains fixed on scrolling but this issue does not seem to be affecting any of my other Enfold sites so in lieu of a fix I’ll roll with this – thanks Victoria – your CSS code advice fixed the most important issue – the messy menu!

    I really appreciate the feedback and support I get from this forum (this is one reason why I continue to recommend and use Enfold)

    Many Thanks again John and Victoria!



    Hi studio3enfold,

    I’ve looked at you logo, you should really cut the logo to not have all the transparent space around it. This way the shrinking logo might work.

    Best regards,


    Hi Victoria,

    I know – what you are seeing is the solution – kinda works – the logo area is 340px x 156 or something like that – with the proper default size the logo elements don’t reduce on scrolling – as they should and do on other Enfold sites I manage

    As you have responded this morning I will return it to what it should be now for a day but if there is no easy solution I’ll go with the HACK!

    If you spot something L’d be grateful but we can live with it.



    Just to confirm- I have restored the ‘issue’ with the logo for anyone to see for the next day or so.


    OK guys – I’ve gone for the mucky hack – looks OK & doesn’t block content.

    Thanks again for your responses.



    Hi Tony,

    I don’t know, does not look ideal to me. The thing is Google does not like images with transparent space, especially on mobile, and the logo does not seem to shrink and hard to control.

    Best regards,


    Hi Victoria – yes I put this back yesterday – this is my ‘hack’ – the thing is – the real 340 x 156 logo I had on the site doesn’t shrink either after the 4.2 upgrade – this has been my problem AND it obscures big sections of the site as you scroll down – this hack is my attempt to get around this.

    I understand the google issue – do you think we’d be penalised?

    Maybe I can come up with a narrow logo – properly cropped.



    OK – now sporting hack 2 – a narrow logo without all the transparent space it would be better if the logo would shrink again like it used to then I could the proper full height logo back – but we can live with this.

    Thanks again




    Alright. We’ll close the thread now. Please feel free to open a new thread if you need anything else. :)

    Best regards,

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