Okay so Elementor moved to Flexbox Containers – but the sticky column feature is not available on this – I can use with Sections (the old way) but of course a big issue with Elementor is excessive code and so Containers fixes that. Are you able to make Sticky Section work with Containers?Theme version: 9.04 WooCommerce version: 7.2.2
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Hi there – okay so to explain….
1. First product shows sticky column breaks when there is any ajax event on the page (on right column) so it forgets its sticky and starts to move with the right hand content, especially when its about half way down the page scroll. The column should stick until it reaches the Add to cart button/lower meta details.
2. Second example does not have the same issue – but notice when it gets to bottom it is not releasing the left hand column to scroll with the contents. Instead the lower section overlaps as it scrolls and kinda looks like a Z Index issue in a way.
I need to keep the Single Proudct Page Builder Template – so switching back to standard is not an option. Also the lower Description content – notice it is full width – I need to make this section inherit the page width – or allow control of margin/padding. At the moment this does not look good.
As you may see on the next screenshot -> https://prnt.sc/VXeojL0MAr66 we make reinit for sticky columns in a few JS document triggers. Could you give us information about what are the triggers of your plugin when customers select product variation (because once the product variation is chosen the height of content is increased/decreased and the sticky column should refresh its position)?
P.S. Maybe it is the case when you may use the default Single product template but not the builder one. I decided to advise such idea of using non-single builder template because your Single product content is very simple and looks like the one we have in ready templates -> https://prnt.sc/n5Q0RB255rzO
Thanks for the reply – I will look into your question.
The reason I used the Single Product Builder is because it allows me to style it nicely. the existing ones do not give me the same flexibility.
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