Hi athemes team. Really enjoying your work on Sydney theme but I have hit into a problem that I need your help with.
I have set up a static front page using the “Front Page” page template and I am using a static menu style. When I hit the call to action button the page scrolls down as expected, but it always leaves 100 px (approx) strip of the slider image at the top of the screen. This is not so noticeable with a sticky menu but that’s not what I want.
What I have discovered is if I change the page template to “Full Screen” this problem doesn’t happen; but what I get instead is the page title showing in that same 100 px strip which doesn’t look so good. I don’t need the page title showing.
I have tried to adjust the standard 100px padding at the top of the Page Builder row but this isn’t having any impact on this issue. I have found that I can reduce the size of the strip to approx 50px by adjusting the page wrapper padding settings but these do not seem to have any consistent impact on the problem.
I am developing on a localhost so can’t share a url with you, but to make sure there is nothing else causing the issue I have made a fresh WP install with only Sydney, Page Builder and a few sample services and Services A widget set up to test it. There are no other plugins or extra CSS anywhere.
I would prefer to stay with the “Front Page” page template if possible becuase there are no page titles on show but would like to know how to get the screen to scroll without leaving this strip visible.
BTW the exact same thing happens when using custom links on menu items (e.g. #pg-5-5). The scroll doesn’t quite go far enough. This happens in IE, FF and Chrome.
Any help will be gratefully received.