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Public Page Format Goes Haywire if Viewed When Logged In

Discussion in 'Free Divi Community Forum' started by r johnson baker, Aug 5, 2022.

  1. r johnson baker

    r johnson baker New Member

    I have a public section and a members-only section to my site. When I am logged into the members only section, both menus are visible. If logged in and I click on a menu item in the public section of the site, the formatting goes haywire when I view a public page and I have no idea why. I have to scroll way down the page past large, blank sections to get to a normal looking part of the page. When I am not logged in and visit the public pages, they look fine.

    I have attached an image of one of the pages as it looks normally, and 2 images of what a page looks like after it goes haywire: first it goes blank with just the menus showing, then the menus jump way down the page leaving a blank area with the background color at the top and a big red section (my accent color) as I scroll down the page.

    Please help! My sight needs to go live soon.
     

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  2. Divi.Help

    Divi.Help Administrator
    Staff Member

    You may try the below CSS in Divi > Theme Options > Custom CSS & see if it works:
    Code:
    #page-container {
        padding-top: 80px!important;
    }
    If still not working, then you will have to use browser inspect tool (Right click > Inspect) to find where the extra spacing came from.