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vincentdenkspel

Theme design messed up after enabling Elasticsearch

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Hi,

Someone is working on a new theme for my site.

When the elasticsearch module is disabled the bottom of the theme looks like picture 1.

When the module is enabled it looks like picture 2.

Is this because because there is something wrong with the coding of the design or is this normal 'behaviour'

when the elasticsearch module is enabled?

Thanks

Elasticsearch-disabled.png

Elasticsearch-enabled.png

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It could be a class issue. As far as I remember one can define a class, where the elasticsearch results are put in. Is this right?

In general: Does the funcionality work out for you in elasticsearch? When I was looking at it, I had the feeling that the module wasn't finished. 

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50 minutes ago, wakabayashi said:

In general: Does the funcionality work out for you in elasticsearch?

The only part what is working on my testsite is connection with the elasticsearch server and indexing. Implementation into the theme is a nighmare.
 

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