I am using the current version of the theme (2.4.2) and GP Premium (1.10.0).
When I enable Masonry Layout for the blog, it makes the events column on my /events page, which is an Archive, but has nothing to do with the blog, take on a skinny-column.
If I turn off Masonry, the Events page returns to normal. That page is handled by The Events Calendar and is completely stock (no modifications). It appears to me that since this is classified as an Archive, the Masonry View CSS and JS are being loaded. And, since the HTML markup is structurally similar, it’s modifying the layout.
Is there a way to correct this by either :
a: Restrict the Masonry View to my blog Front Page and Blog Archives by dequeuing js/css for my Events page
b: Get the CSS to override the Masonry View CSS on my Events archive page.