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    Harald Röh


    in my previous support request you adviced to define the bottom shadow for widgets by custom css

    .widget-content {
    background: #F6F6F6;
    margin: 0 0px 35px 0px;

    In order to clear some other issues I completely redefined my custom css.
    If I now add the above custom css it no longer results in widget bottom shadow.

    Any idea what to do now?

    My test website without widget shadow: test.gfcev.de
    My productive website with widget shadow: gfcev.de

    Best regards

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  • Priyank
    Post count: 1119
    #31760 |


    Follow screenshot option. May be need to set shadow enable.

    Thank you

    Harald Röh
    Post count: 39
    #31773 |


    you are right, when previously resetting the whole theme I automatically cleared various switches.

    So I had to enable the shadow effect under styling again.
    But the shadow still did not show up as desired by this action.

    Searching for further settings I found the option ‘disable widget content boxed background’, which was set.
    Unchecking this option did the job, the widget box shadow now appeared again.

    By the way, without actively doing it, the menu rollover effect was implicitly reactivated in the background by some action I was not aware of. I had to disable it again explicitly.

    You are doing a great job with your theme.
    But updating to a new version takes me very many hours, because old settings don’t work any longer in various situations and you don’t know which new settings you have to adjust in addition (e.g. the widget box shadow needs custom css + activates shadow switch + deactivating ‘disable .. background’.). In such situations it might become easier again to use plain css box-shadow property ….

    Best regards

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