Theme bugs report and other suggestions for improvement

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    I don’t want to spam you with multiple support threads, therefore I’m posting here a couple of bugs and suggestions after building the website with recently bought theme.
    I am competent enough to override most of them but this is a paid theme so it requires some level of professional support and making improvements by the seller.


    • Custom background image in ST Call To Action widget does not get saved.
    • On mobile, the first tap onto ST Portfolio widget item (image) should display the text instead of taking directly to the link location.
    • .single-post article blockquote (that with borders around) slides under the sidebar widgets when the sidebar is present because of negative margin.
    • Search input looks very poor in Safari on MacOS and, when put as a sidebar widget, it has the button cut at the bottom.
    • Masthead shouldn’t be transparent on smaller screen; maybe -> @media screen and (max-width: 992px) { #masthead { background-color: inherit; } } )
    • In .comment-form-cookies-consent the input and the label are not aligned well. Also, when you unset URL field (what is a common practice) for the comment form, the checkbox takes place of that URL what looks bad.
    • Update, please, Breadcrumb Trail to the newer version. Currently, it’s not valid for Google and GSC throws the errors like about missing “item” property.


    • You could avoid forcing typography features with text-transform: capitalize property. You do this in multiple places across the theme but this property is not only decorational. We need to revoke it many times in child theme because the result is simply incorrect in our language.
    • The Gutenberg era. You could start preparing some styles for the core blocks including the appearance in the editor.
    • Also write styles per-component rather than per-template (things like .single-post article blockquote make adding styles for Gutenberg a nightmare).
    • When you perform custom queries for posts showing thumbnails, take the advantage of the function which is often being forgotten: update_post_thumbnail_cache( $query )
    Shark Themes

    Hello @wrotaumyslu

    Thank you very much for your feedback. We have done resolved the issues as you have mentioned in new version. We had updated the theme for gutenberg friendly. Please update your theme to the latest version.

    Shark Themes

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