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- October 15, 2019 at 12:32 am in reply to: Links within non-clickable articles in mobile version #246355
Hyperlinks within articles. These are not clickable on the mobile version of the site. Articles result from some category and also the page buttons.
The codes work, but I can not see the content of any page whatsoever because it is apparently locked on the home screen.
(WP Super Cache Enabled)
I made all the recommendations. Thanks to you returned to work properly. My fear is to reactivate the plugins (all necessary) and the problem comes back, as some mess with the bland CSS codes.
Apparently the problem is in a flashing state as the pages refresh.
All optimization plugins (Autoptimize and Speed Boost) are disabled except WP Super Cache
Apparently I found the error causing plugin:
After disabling this, by refreshing the page 2 times, the images returned to normal.
Note: Plugin currently disabled.
However, the problem still persists.
I disabled most plugins. At one point it returned to normal. However, after reactivating the plugins and deactivating them again, it no longer worked.
I’m sorry :/
I use Google Translate, and by inattention the website url was translated as well.
I recently reinstalled the theme on my webiste:
and I have the same problem.
Apparently everything is working as it should. I inserted the code in the appropriate section, saved it, and finally I deleted the cache so I could visualize the result.
Conclusion: When accessing my website through my smartphone, links that were not previously clickable are currently clickable.
Many thanks for your help and attention.
Thanks for listening.
When I access my website through the Google Chrome Mobile browser (version 75.0.3770.101), with my Moto E4+ smartphone (Android 7.1.1); Some articles in the url: tudofreefire.com.br/blog, for example, are not reachable by touch. In fact, only the first article is accessible. Links within these articles are also not clickable, both for external websites, and for articles on the website itself.