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  • #31168

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    I did a cPanel migration – essentially took website in it’s entirety from one host to another host. After this migration occurred the search category filter drop-down is displaying odd. I have attached an image of how this looks. Is there a setting that needs to be updated after the move occurred?

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    #31172

    Hi,

    The enqueued font for that checkbox is not loaded – your cache has probably not updated yet. Try saving the search instnce options, so the styles are regenerated, then clearing all layers of your site cache, it should resolve the issue.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    #31174

    Participant

    Hey Ernest

    I have attempted that and have cleared all layers of cache and that does not appear to have resolved. I checked through the settings and was trying to locate the specific font settings for that checkbox area and couldn’t find.

    What might the next steps be?

    #31181

    That is the only possible cause I can think of, it is definitely not related to this plugin. The font-face declaration is made within the search, but cache plugins tend to temper with inlince CSS and move them to files or different sources. I am seeing at least 20 different font-faces loaded within the site header, but the search inline CSS is completely missing.

    Try completely turning off all the cache – all cache related plugins and settings to see what happens, it should resolve the issue immediately.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    #31254

    Participant

    Ernest,

    Thanks for providing this additional information. I have found the culprit. For anyone that is running the Autoptimize plugin and this Search, I was able to resolve this by disabling the following selection within the Autoptimize options – Found on JS, CSS, & HTML under CSS.

    Also aggregate inline CSS?
    Check this option for Autoptimize to also aggregate CSS in the HTML. – Deselect this.

    #31258

    Great, that perfectly explains the issue. That feature may not recognize some rules, or something similar, and probably was not included in the final aggregated file.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


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