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[Resolved] Problem with the display on a custom content type archive page

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Style the view's outputs with custom CSS codes


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Last updated by katinaA 1 year, 1 month ago.

Assigned support staff: Luo Yang.


I'm trying to set up an archive page and am experiencing very strange results on the page. We're setting up a Partners archive page here:

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If you go to that page you'll see the display problem. The content from the archive template is overlapping the footer from the theme. I have no idea why it would do that.

I have already set up a View using the same content and layout of everything for a Latest Partners View. I have that displaying on a Test Latest Partners page here:

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It's all displaying fine there. We have this Latest Partners view set to only show Partners that have been added within the last 60 days. All of them are the same results as what's in the archive page because I've just added all these Partners to test with. But on the Archive page, we want to show all Partners. Note that I could easily set up a new View and page to display all of these that way if I have to. I'm just curious why this archive is doing what it is doing.

One other problem with the archive page is it is not displaying the filter we'd like to have on the page. It should be showing a filter for the region. I set up that filter the same way I've set up other ones successfully, but this one isn't working for reasons unknown. Sorry we're having so many issues requiring assistance. Unfortunately we're likely to have several more as we're going to be setting up a full mapping and filtering by region, activity, and amenity system with these Partners. Your plugin is exceptional, but has a very steep learning curve to it.


Luo Yang

Languages: English (English ) Chinese (Simplified) (简体中文 )

Timezone: Asia/Hong_Kong (GMT+08:00)



It should be a CSS issue, please try to remove the CSS codes "height: 0px" from HTML div "wd-blog-holder", see my screenshot wd-blog-holder.JPG


YOU'RE AWESOME!!!!!! Thanks again. I changed the CSS on the element to use height: auto !important and that work to override the 0px setting.

I also now see that my Region filter is working, but it is displaying below the content. I just didn't see it before because it was among the clutter of the footer region. How do I move it to display above the content?


Luo Yang

Languages: English (English ) Chinese (Simplified) (简体中文 )

Timezone: Asia/Hong_Kong (GMT+08:00)

For the new question, please check these:
Edit the post view(ID: 9934), in section "Output Editor", make sure those two shortcodes are in below order:


[wpv-filter-meta-html] is for custom search form, [wpv-layout-meta-html] is for search results.


OK, I understand using Output Editor now. This is great!


My issue is resolved now. Thank you!