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    Hi guys,

    After some time of testing I’m finally ready to replace my old theme with the Enfold theme. Really nice work guys!

    However, I have found two small bugs that I cannot solve myself using the forum.

    1) FireFox footer widget
    I’m cross-browser checking my Enfold theme with Woocommerce, I am using in the footer the Woocommerce widget ‘popular products’. It works great in IE and Chrome. However it seems to be messed up in FF. I’m using the latest version of the browser.

    2) Mailchimp button not showing
    All browsers are hiding the mailchimp sidebar widget ‘subscripe’ button. I have tried to add the code in custom CSS you mention here in the forum, but it does not work at all. Please let me know what I can do about it. I am using the Enfold version 2.9.1

    3) Shopping cart total out of header
    When a product is active in the cart total overview in the header, it seems to drop down out of the header when using the ‘shrink header’ option. See screenshot 2.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by  vhgb. Reason: added 1 more point

    Hey vhgb!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    Please post the actual website url here. I tried but it’s not loading.

    Best regards,


    Hi Ismael,

    Please check the private data box for the correct Url.

    Also, the shopping cart in the header is the Woocommerce shopping cart lite plugin



    1- It does seem to work fine on my end – Have you already figured it out?
    2- Please add following code to Quick CSS in Enfold theme options under General Styling tab

    form#mc-embedded-subscribe-form .clear {
    visibility: visible!important;
    overflow: visible!important;


    .header-scrolled a.wpmenucart-contents {
    line-height: 44px!important;
    height: 44px!important;




    Thanks. Strange that point one is solved. Maybe because it was on the .dev server.

    Anyway thanks for point 2 and 3. The weird thing is that both codes do not work when I use them in the custom CSS file (what I prefer). They only work in the extra CSS field in the theme dashboard. Any idea why this is?

    Thanks for the great support. At least it is working.



    Please disable CSS minifying feature on the plugin you are using and codes should work fine in Quick CSS field as well



    Hi Yigit,

    I meant it in reverse: the Quick CSS field is working fine with my minifying settings. Only the two codes for 2 and 3 are not working with the normal CSS custom file in the CSS folder of the theme.

    Also, the page ‘webshop’ (the default shop base page of Woocommerce) doesn’t have a title. it says “%date%”. Is this a theme issue or a Woocommerce issue? See direct link in private post.



    Thank you for the info.

    I may have missed the minify plugin that you’re using, what is it? You can try this one:

    Add this on functions.php to exclude the layout.css and custom.css file.

    add_filter('bwp_minify_style_ignore', 'exclude_my_css');
    function exclude_my_css($excluded)
        $excluded = array('avia-custom', 'avia-layout');
        return $excluded;



    Hi Ismael,

    I am using W3 Total cache. But I don’t want to disable the custom CSS or my CSS. I only report the fact that both codes you gave me for point 2 and 3 are only working inside the Quick CSS and are not responding in the custom CSS. However, all other codes I use for the custom CSS file are working.

    Can you let me know why the shop overview page from Woocommerce is not showing a title? Than I am done with all my issues :)



    Try adding this code to the Quick CSS:

    .template-shop .page-title{display:none;}


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