September 6, 2022 at 11:58 am #56675IanGuest
I am testing a wordpress site within a directory on my server. So I haven’t gone live on the official domain.
I have a problem with the Boldgrid Post and Page Builder. All of the sliders work except for the font size slider.
When I view my CSS in text view, I can see it has set the correct size i want and it publishes correctly, but it will not display it as that size in the visual editor. It keeps defaulting to 144 px.
Any help would be appreciated. I’m not a novice, but not a pro.
I’m using the theme “Twenty Twenty One” and have enabled a plugin called “Child Theme Configurator”.
these are the other plugins enabled.
BoldGrid Easy SEO
Child Theme Configurator
Options for Twenty Twenty-One
Post and Page Builder
Post and Page Builder Premium
Total Upkeep Premium
WP Super Cache
thanks!September 12, 2022 at 8:29 am #57157Brandon CKeymaster
Thank you for reaching out with your BoldGrid Post and Page Builder questions. I do apologize for the delay I thought we had reached back out to you on this matter.
We appreciate you including your plugin list in the thread. I tried replicating the error but my font-size slider seems to be working properly with TwentyTwentyOne. I’m still thinking the root of this problem might be compatibility issues with Post & Page Builder and your Twenty Twenty-One Theme/ChildTheme.
Are you experiencing this inconvenience site wide or is it limited to specific text blocks? I’m assuming when you publish your changes the live site reflects the font size in your text editor because I don’t see any huge text (144px) at the page URL you linked in the thread. You could try clearing your cache and temporarily deactivating your WP Super Cache plugin to see if that helps.
Also, has this been an on-going issue or is it something you noticed maybe after an update to WordPress Core, Post & Page Builder plugin, or your TwentyTwentyOne theme? You may be able to use a plugin like WP Rollback to restore the functionality if you lost it after such an event.
With TwentyTwentyOne being a 3rd party theme, I’d suggest is using the WordPress Customizer Additional CSS section to set your font size. That way ensures you can manually select your font and directly control what’s being output to the live page.
If you’re just getting started in your development process you should consider switching to one of our BoldGrid compatible themes, specifically our flagship Crio Pro WordPress theme theme. Post and Page Builder was created to seamlessly integrate with Crio and there are over 400 fully customizable features included. We have a Free Version of Crio as well if you would like to give it a test drive.
I hope this helps! Please reach back out to us if you have any other questions.September 12, 2022 at 2:01 pm #57186IanGuest
Thanks for the response.
I figured it out. It was a WYSIWYG issue with Post and Page Builder not deleting a bit of code for a block I removed.
Since I’m not familiar with all of the div classes for these block elements, it took me a while to chase it down within the text (code) view of the editor.
thanks again.September 12, 2022 at 2:02 pm #57201Brandon CKeymaster
I’m happy to hear you were able to get this resolved. Please don’t hesitate to reach back out if you have any other questions for us.
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