Support » Plugin: Grids: Layout builder for WordPress » Columns stacking vertically instead of side-by-side

  • Resolved dan-jones

    (@dan-jones-1)


    First – Thank you for developing this great plugin and making it available for free!

    I’m working in a test environment, using the default Twenty Twenty theme, and having an issue where no matter the Section structure I choose (whether the simple two-column or a more complex one using Grid designer), the Areas display correctly (side-by-side like columns) in the page editor, but then when I preview the draft they don’t display as columns but as rows instead. This happens regardless of what other blocks I use to fill out each Area – buttons, paragraphs, etc. Do you know why this is? Sorry if I’m missing something obvious.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by dan-jones.
    • This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by dan-jones.
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  • Sebastian

    (@sebastianalbert)

    Hello,

    I have just installed Grid. Create plugin, but I have exactly the same problem as dan-jones. I am using the GeneratePress theme and the sections are displayed underneath each other in the front-end. The backend works fine.
    How can this be fixed?
    Thanks!

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Sebastian.
    Plugin Contributor Andrea Gandino

    (@andg)

    Hi @sebastianalbert,

    sorry for the late reply.

    We haven’t specifically tested the plugin with GeneratePress, so we’ll have to verify that one by ourselves.

    We’ll keep you updated on this, and release a fix for the issue, as soon as we can 😉

    Andrea

    Plugin Contributor Andrea Gandino

    (@andg)

    Sorry, @sebastianalbert, one more question: do you have perhaps a link to share with us to a page that is experiencing this layout issue?

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