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[Closed] Pagination ellipsis needs extra css to keep it in position

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Last updated by Luo Yang 10 months, 4 weeks ago.

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I am trying to:
Just using a view with products in Toolset WooCommerce and the pagination ellipsis was WAY too high on the line. (See before and after CSS screenshots)

Solution:
Use CSS to target the ellipsis and move it down

span.wpv_page_ellipsis {
position:relative;
    top:20px;
}

Shouldn't have to do this with the pagination block though. (Using latest Toolset Blocks and WooCommerce Blocks with GeneratePress theme and latest WordPress 5.6)

Please check it out and see if it can be fixed so others don't have to use css on it. Thanks, have a great day.

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Luo Yang
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shop.JPG

Hello,

I have tried it in my localhost with a fresh WP installation + The latest version of Toolset plugins + Woocommerce plugin + eneratePress theme.
It works fine, see my screenshot shop.JPG

Please provide detail steps to reproduce the same problem in a fresh WP installation, thanks

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