• Viktor
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    Good afternoon! I again have a problem with the GAIA theme. When an error message is displayed, it is placed under the header. (see photo 1) If you add a menu, then the error message is placed under the menu. (see photo 2) If you add multiple menus, then the error message gets lower and lower and the user may not notice it. How can I make the error message always be under the header and not depend on adding a menu?

  • Jimako
    Main Admin
    Posts: 329
    Joined: 2 years ago
      

    Messages are displayed on position {ALERTS} in your layout. 

    Maybe jmlayouts/layout-homepage or something that

    and move it upper, above MENU=1

  • Viktor
    Posts: 21
    Joined: 3 years ago
      
    I tried moving {ALERTS} but nothing changes.
    Apparently this is not enough.
  • Viktor
    Posts: 21
    Joined: 3 years ago
      
    When permuting {ALERTS}, an error message is displayed at the very top of the page above the header.
    This is bad. This message closes the main menu.
  • Jimako
    Main Admin
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    It depends on the used layout. ALERTS should be above main content --- .  But it is possible that with so an outdated theme it works differently way. I don't think so if it is moving with your changes... 

    On other pages there is the header or something like that, put it under the header itself (I mean there was the banner top image or something like that. Directly above {---} 

    You can put in some HTML tags but I think that divs are outputted from this shortcode.