issue with the upfront grid shifting to right?

Hi im using the parrot upfront theme, and for some reason the grid for the menu has shifted to the right and is not aligned too the rest of the content ?

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I have enabled Support Access until 31st dec at 11:31am

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(please dont post any screenshots/ direct links to site/brand name as i have had issues with this in the past) (image uploading - or monosnap) and tinyurl for domain links.



  • Milan

    Hello @Tom,

    I hope you are having a good day and thanks for the question. :slight_smile:

    Thank you for enabling support staff access right on. :slight_smile:

    Basically you have done this the not-so-correct way. You tried to create a Floating Region manually by right-clicking and then selecting ‘Add Floating Region' and that is also why the grid is offset.

    What is correct way to do so ?
    Floating regions, they have their own grid, and because they are absolute positioned, they can be not aligned with UF grid so a better way to achieve what is to use an normal region for the navigation but in the settings for that region, select ‘Make sticky’ option.

    I've done this for you. Could you please confirm that your issue has been solved ?

    Furthermore I've noticed one strange thing while editing your site with upfront, some of the checkboxes were not showing properly, in further investigation I got to know that its problem with stylesheet of other plugin.

    Basically, the plugin author uses
    width: auto !important;
    on a very generic selector:
    input[type=checkbox], input[type=radio]
    so that line of code, messes up Upfront Settings appearance which will make is pretty difficult for user to use.

    I would recommend deactivating plugin when making changes in Upfront editor mode, and I would also encourage you to get in-touch with the plugin author and tell them about this.

    Milan Savaliya.

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