Support » Plugin: PostX - Gutenberg Blocks for Post Grid » Why changes the width in the admin area?

  • Resolved axsu

    (@axsu)


    Hi,

    I’ve just installed the plugin and it for now it’s awesome. But why it changes the width of every page and post in the admin area? How can I restart the default view and activate the full-width when I want to use your plugin?

    Best regards.

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  • Plugin Author WPXPO

    (@wpxpo)

    Hi @axsu,

    I am sorry to say I can’t understand your issue clearly. Can you please describe it more or give me a screenshot of the problem?

    Note: You can upload your screenshot in here imgur.com it’s free and need not signup to upload some screenshot.

    Waiting for you reply.

    Thread Starter axsu

    (@axsu)

    Hi @wpxpo,

    Sorry, I’ll try with the screenshots. 🙂

    Without the plugin: https://prnt.sc/sucuml
    With the plugin: https://prnt.sc/sucugm

    You can see that with the plugin activated the admin editor turns wider. Why is this happening? I’m using the plugin just in one page and I would like to keep the other pages with the default width size to work better.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author WPXPO

    (@wpxpo)

    Hi,

    We have used the unset width for the editor because the user can easily edit the content areas from the backend. if you want small size images then you can override below CSS. Just this CSS within your theme style CSS file.

    #editor .wp-block {
    max-width: 580px !important;
    }

    I hope your issue will be solved.

    Thread Starter axsu

    (@axsu)

    Hi @wpxpo,

    That CSS doesn’t work for me. I tried with other selector and they didn’t work either.

    So, I’ll have to use another plugin.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author WPXPO

    (@wpxpo)

    Sorry to say you need to add below CSS within backend CSS file.

    #editor .wp-block {
    max-width: 580px !important;
    }

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