• Resolved wpwd2016

    (@mwarbinek)


    This is annoying.

    I create a row, insert a few text widgets, set the font family, size, etc. I get everything set for the row then save the draft.

    Then I create a second row below it. I insert another widget, lets say a button. I have to make adjustments to that widget for different screen sizes, but once I make those adjustments, the previous row suddenly changes, the text widgets loose their settings and everything goes wonky (loosing font size, family, etc).

    What is really annoying is when I was changing the text widget margin in different screen sizes, the text went from 36px right down to 11px on the preview screen. This made it extremely hard to make the right changes to margin settings because now the preview screen was showing changes per the small text size.

    (Note: I switched browsers from FireFox to Chrome and the same issue)

    This wonky display occurs in the preview window, it does not occur in the live page display.

    Why is the plugin doing this?

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  • Update:

    I found the reason for this aberrant plugin behaviour. As I said, this occurs in the preview window.

    When I clicked the tablet view of the page, the text shot right down in size. The reason for this is your plugin CSS,

    @media screen and (max-width: 680px) {
    p span, input, button, label {
        font-size: 15px;
    }
    }

    Your plugin CSS is not respecting the settings I made to the widget. It overrides my settings forcing the widget to display the text per your plugin CSS.

    As I said above, I set the text size to 36px, then when I clicked the tablet view mode to adjust for mobile screen sizing, your plugin CSS forces my text widget to show text at the size of 15px, overriding my setting of 36px.

    This is not good at all and your plugin should not do this. It undermines the very purpose of preview windows and drag and drop functionality.

    You need to fix this.

    …and no, my custom CSS for the theme does not use any CSS for paragraphs, inputs, buttons, labels etc.

    Close this String, I removed the plugin.

    See: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/removed-this-plugin/

    … and No, it is not resolved.

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