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    I put several anchors in my website but often it doesn’t work. It’s very strange because an anchor can work in a page and the same anchor doesn’t work with a link form a other page or a menu.
    I believe it is because of too slow loading of the masonry because when the page is complety loading the anchors are working better.
    Can you help me ?

    Thanks in advance




    Hey edechauvigny92,

    Thank you for the inquiry.

    The anchors seem to be working properly on our end. Did you replace the masonry elements with sliders? If you prefer to use the masonry element, we could disable the animation of the items so that the actual window height is available right from the beginning, which will hopefully fix the anchor issue.

    .avia_desktop.avia_transform3d .av-masonry-entry.av-masonry-item-loaded .av-inner-masonry {
        -webkit-animation: none;
        animation: none;

    Best regards,


    Yes I tried to replace masonry element by blog element to see if it’s better, but there is still some problem.
    I try with your css but nothing change, the animation is still active.
    But I believe I can disable the animation in the advanced mansonry parameters.

    Anyway, I still believe it’s because of the too slow image’s loading that anchors are not working. And the slow loading can be due also because of the not properly size of the image.
    For example I don’t understand why, in the masonry the image’s width is 1030px and in the blog the image’s width is 845px.
    Even it’s better for the blog (why it is different ?) it’s still too big as the total maximum width is 1310px. So for 3 columns, the maximum image’s size should be 436px (without any margin).

    Do you have explaination of that ?
    Believe you that can be the problem for the slow image’s loading ?

    Thanks for your help





    Thank you for the update.

    The theme automatically assign or pick a specific thumbnail for any specific element in the builder, for the blog element that is the entry_with_sidebar (845x321px) thumbnail, and the masonry (705x705px) thumbnail for the masonry element. However, that can be adjusted by selecting a different thumbnail in the element’s Styling > Appearance > Preview Image Size settings.

    To further optimize the site’s loading speed, you can follow the instructions provided in the following articles.

    // https://gtmetrix.com/wordpress-optimization-guide.html
    // https://kriesi.at/archives/scoring-100-100-in-google-pagespeed-insights-gtmetrix-pagespeed-and-yslow

    Best regards,


    Thanks for your help.
    I don’t know where to “adjusted by selecting a different thumbnail in the element’s Styling > Appearance > Preview Image Size settings.” as you said.
    It is not in the masonry settings, not in the theme setting,…
    Can you tell me ?

    Thanks in advance





    Sorry for the confusion. The Styling > Preview Image Size settings is only available on the Blog Posts element. For the masonry element, the theme will automatically assign the masonry thumbnail which has a maximum size of 705x705px.

    If you want to adjust the size of the thumbnail, try to install the plugin below and go to the Settings > Media panel where you can adjust the size of the masonry thumbnail. You have to regenerate the images afterwards.

    // https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-image-sizes/

    Best regards,

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