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    My website submenu links are taking me to the wrong position when i am using iPad Air 2.
    I’m using the last version (4.4.1), only using Yoast plugin and tried to find a solution with no success.

    But the website https://pixelflips.com/blog/anchor-links-with-a-fixed-header found a solution!
    The tip is to create new color sections just above each old section, name the new section with the old ID and give the class “anchor” to each new section.
    Then, just add the CSS:

    @media only screen
    and (min-device-width: 768px)
    and (max-device-width: 1024px)
    and (orientation: landscape)
    and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) {

    .anchor {
    display: block;
    height: 148px; /*same height as header*/
    margin-top: -148px; /*same height as header*/
    visibility: hidden; }
    Where the “148px” values are the same as my website header.
    That’s it… Not perfect (creating a blank section…), but works for now…


    Forgot to say that you have to delete the old color sections IDs once we named the new sections with this IDs…



    Thanks for sharing, much appreciated. Are you ok with using the solution you described above?

    Best regards,


    Yes. I prefer not to create empty sections, but it’s working…
    I didn’t find any better solution in Google and Enfold forum.


    Hi felipe-mello,

    Glad that it’s all good.
    It’s the simplest solution for the issue, another alternative is write some js code which takes more time.
    Let us know if you need further assistance or if we can close this thread.

    Best regards,

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