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Question: Am i the only one who solved the curser placement issue? Will i get any appreciation from the apple team /?? Contact me **** :)

I have faced the same problem when I was working for my website. Hence I started to fetch details from all the websites possibly arranged from the big dad “Google”. However, I could not find a proper solution to fix the issue. So with disappointment I turned to my own self and started to work on probability and solutions. But dramatically, I found a permanent solution to the addressed issue. So first of all, kudos to myself and my trial and error capabilities.


I share the same solution for all of your to refer and kindly let me know in my email if this helped.


Solution:


  1. Identify the parent class and remove position: fixed to absolute.

  2. Use the below code:



$('.getStartButton-login').on('click', function (){

$('body').addClass('get_hide')

})

$(document).on('click', '.log_form__close', function (){

$('body').removeClass('get_hide')

})




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Good Luck!!!


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iPhone 8 Plus, iOS 11.2.6

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Question: Am i the only one who solved the curser placement issue? Will i get any appreciation from the apple team /?? Contact me **** :)