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  • #61398

    Nele
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    Homepage: https://barbarossakinder.de
    Admin: 001
    Password: 246810

    1.
    On desktop and tablet using safari, you can scroll the page from right to left. Doing this there is a white space/border on the right side instead of show up edge to edge. It is on every page of the website. If you scroll down the page there is a blue area and this area is without this space. I cannot find the cause for it. How ca I stop this behaviour? Here is a picture with the space, that shows up:

     

    2.
    Also there is a very small white space on the left side of the parallax sections (I created them with weaver posts) on desktop view. How can I remove this?

    #61400

    scrambler
    Moderator

    I don’t see any of that on edge Chrome or Firefox, and I have no way to test Safari.

    @weaver is also away until the end of the week.

    • Try to think if you have any content that is specific to Safari.
    • Try deactivating non Weaver plugins
    • Try purging caches…
    #61401

    Nele
    Participant

    Thank you for the suggestions. The plugin “Ultimate Add-Ons for Gutenberg” causes the problem. So I try to replace the parts with this plugin on the website.
    The second issue we have also on other websites. Shall I write it into the forum next week again, when weaver is back?

    #61402

    scrambler
    Moderator

    Do you see the second issue on any other browser than safari?

    #61403

    Nele
    Participant

    It is only on the first parallax picture (with the doctor and the nurses) and it shows up on Safari and Chrome but not on Firefox. You’ve got to open the screen wide.
    On mobile view there is a space (about 1px) on the left side as well on Safari and Chrome.

    (On desktop view it is the same for example on this website on the header: https://blancke-krauss.de)

    #61406

    scrambler
    Moderator

    The line on the left side is in the background image 🙂

    #61432

    Nele
    Participant

    Thank you @scrambler! Such an easy solution – how could I overlook this! Great to have it solved! 🙂

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