I’m dealing with a very bizarre anomaly: why the texts in the footer are seen differently if they are in the home (https://aggroupshop.it/) compared to the other pages (for example https://aggroupshop.it/privacy-policy /)?
I am referring to the headline (bold in the home, normal on the other pages) and other differences that, by switching quickly from one tab to another, remain.
I made a single footer with PRO by applying to the entire site.
Thanks for reaching out.
I just check your HTML and CSS of your footer on your homepage and different page then they are just the same. Maybe there’s a plugin or custom code that affects your footer layout. Don’t forget to clear any 3rd party cache.
I also recommend the following troubleshooting procedures before we investigate the settings.
- TESTING FOR THEME RELATED ISSUE
- TESTING FOR PLUGIN CONFLICT
- THEME UPDATE
- CHILD THEME
- CSS/JS CUSTOMIZATION
- VERSION COMPATIBILITY
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I have done all the checks but unfortunately I still see this anomaly. I send you the credentials via secure note.
I have investigated the issue and it is coming from this JS error in the console:
The resource from “https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=montserrat:300,300i,700,700i,400,400i,200,200i,100,100i,500,500i%7Cpoppins:800,300,300i,400,400i,700,700i,200,200i,500,500i,600,600i,800i,900,900i&subset=latin,latin-ext&display=auto” was blocked due to MIME type (“text/html”) mismatch (X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff)
Kindly let us know how it goes.
Thanks for the reply; I solved using only the Font Manager, resetting to a standard font (Arial) the options I had set in Pro> Theme Options> Typography.
I don’t know why, it’s the first time something like this has happened to me, but now it works!
Sorry, still me.
I have deepened the matter recognizing that in reality the problem is only of the Google Fonts “Montserrat” and “Poppins”: if in Pro> Theme Options> Typography I set any type of font I have no problems, except Montserrat and Poppins.
How could I get around this?
I checked your site it seems that the Google Fonts “Montserrat” and “Poppins” are working fine. Please have a look at the screenshot.
I think I explained myself badly, I try again.
If in Pro> Theme Options> Typography I set Montserrat or Poppins (which are the two fonts that I also set in the Font Manager), the texts of the internal pages undergo an alteration that they should not have:
If instead I set ANY other font, I see everything correctly, that is:
How could I solve? (I hope I managed to explain).
Thank you very much
In your setup, you must use the Font Manager in Theme Options > Typography.
I’m not sure why the previous setup of using Google Fonts separately in Typography while using the Font Manager in your footer doesn’t work. I couldn’t replicate that on my site.
Please just use the Font Manager all the way as that works site-wide.
Hope that helps.
perfect, I understand. Thanks for your support
We have corrected this for the release going out today. You will be able to use the non font manager approach as well.
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