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Hi

i have some issues with my brand new J51_Kaylee template.

1. Frontend editing buttons missing
In a blog layout, only the first article has a button "Edit". No such button for the second or third article...

2. No "Readmore" button
No readmore button will display.

3. Some images will not display
Images below the id="system-readmore" are not displayed. Images above are ok though.

I deinstalled and reinstalled the template, without success. I also tried without my custom.css. The errors persist.

The J51_Kaylee template is very beautiful indeed. Hope you can help. Please let me know if you need credentials to my website.

Kind regards
Chris
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Hi Chris

1. Does updating your template to the latest download resolve this issue (https://joomla51.com/tutorials/item/updating-your-template)?

2. On what menu item type are you having this issue?

3. To ensure this is a template related issue, are you having the same issue if you enable one of the default Joomla templates (Protostar)?

Ciarán
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Hi Ciarán

1. Does updating your template to the latest download resolve this issue (https://joomla51.com/tutorials/item/updating-your-template)?
[Chris] No, unfortunately updating the template did not change anything.

2. On what menu item type are you having this issue?
[Chris] The menu item type is "Category Blog".

3. To ensure this is a template related issue, are you having the same issue if you enable one of the default Joomla templates (Protostar)?
[Chris] Protostar:
- Frontend editing buttons are visible
- Readmore buttons are not visible

Now I am going to install a completely new Joomla by using the J51_Kaylee_DemoInstaller. I will let you know about the results.

Kind regards
Christof
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Hi Ciarán

here are the results of my testing with the J51_Kaylee_DemoInstaller:

1. Readmore buttons are visible >> resolved

2. Frontend editing buttons

- Let's assume we have a blog (either Featured Articles Blog or Categry Blog)
- Let's assume there are 2 or more articles, some of them have "Readon" buttons
- Log in as a Frontend Editor
- Visit the blog page
- There is only 1 "Edit" button. On first sight you think this is the button to edit the firsat article, because this button is on top of the page. But this button will open the last article for editing. There are no buttons für the other articles
- You need to click the "Readon" button, then the corresponding "Edit" button becomes visible

Well, it's not the hell of a bug, but I find it al little bit confusing.

Kind regards
Christof
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Thank you Christof for the update and for bringing this issue to our attention.

To amend you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

.blog .item, 
.blog-featured .item {
position: relative;
}


Ciarán
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Hi Ciarán

it's that easy? And it works!!! I am really fond of your templates and your support :-) I should consider spending my next holidays in Ireland ;-)

Kind regards and thank you so much
Chris
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Bring a warm jacket and an umbrella :D

Thank you Chris for the update and kind words.

Ciaran
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