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    Ronald Hines

    I purchased the Inmotion hosting WP package a number of years ago. They installed Boldgrid Post & PB as well as the Boldgrid theme, Callaway. Last week I changed the them to GeneratePress. Since then, the page builder displays the paragraphs in what looks like Times New Roman font in about px 13. I have the GeneratePress Font default setting as Ariel Bold. When I go to a live pageview, everything is OK. But when I try to edit in the pagebuilder it is always in the Times New Roman font. I have tried many times to change that. But I do not know how. I found a way to highlight pragraphs and convert them one by one to Ariel Bold. But that is very time consuming. Can anyone help me out? I will send you a screen shot if you show me a way to.

    Brandon C

    Hi Ronald,

    Thanks for reaching out and thank you for using BoldGrid Post and Page Builder for WordPress!

    I suspect with your change in theme the editor styles have began to clash in your page builder. Because GeneratePress is not a native BoldGrid theme it is likely they use many of the same global calls causing the display of your page editor to be skewed. GeneratePress uses there own page builder plugin called Generate Blocks and since we do not have a relationship with them they don’t keep up with the updates required for Post and Page Builder to function properly on their theme.

    If you would like to continue using Post and Page Builder with a theme that guarantee’s 100% functionality you might want to consider switching to Crio Pro our flagship WordPress theme. Crio comes out of the box with over 400 premium features and being that you’re a InMotion Hosting customer you get Crio and our suite of premium Boldgrid plugins free with your hosting plan.

    I hope this helps. Please reach back out to us if you have any other questions.

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