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Check if you or a plugin include bootstrap and the bootstrap CSS / Theme files. Bootstraps .hidden class looks like: .hidden { display: none !important; } But overrides wordpress' definition of .hidden: .hidden { display: none; } The Top 'Help' & 'Screen Options' bars are displayed via inline style display: block, which is overridden by ...


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In admin-bar.min.css at 600px, #wpadminbar is changed from position:fixed to position:absolute. The reason the adminbar scrolls at mobile sizes is because a fixed-height, fixed-position element causes major problems when you tap/pinch-to-zoom in mobile browsers. So, you can fix this by overriding WP's native css on #wpadminbar, but then the behaviour is ...


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The type of pagination you want to use is currently considered 'plugin territory'. Users that download your approved theme must not be forced to use it. They may, for instance, have another system of pagination which they prefer. Therefore a theme must have the barebones pagination of the_posts_navigation() as a standard. It's about ensuring flexibility to ...



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