I finally decided to give Jetpack a try and I’ve not been disappointed. But there’s one little problem that I hope CSS-Tricks can help me with concerning a WordPress install and Jetpack.
Basically, when I activate “WordPress.com Stats” within Jetpack, my website appears normal until I log out. Once I’m not logged into my website anymore through wp-admin, I notice that my footer is cut short. It keeps all the functionality of a sticky footer, but it’s raised 24 pixels from the base of the site. I know it’s “WordPress.com Stats” because I systematically went through each Jetpack plugin and deactivated it until my footer went back to normal.
Any suggestions? I’d like to keep stats on my site through WordPress, but I also want my website to appear as intended. Thank you in advance!
Here’s my website if you want to see what’s going on with it.
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How did you see that?! It’s so tiny! Good eyes. Heh, okay, I added that code and everything looks great. I’ve noticed that Jetpack has several bugs that need fixing, but it’s a fairly new thing from WordPress, so it can only get better with time.