So, unfortunately, I just can’t get away from the classic editor. For whatever reason, I cannot stand Gutenberg.
(And this may be why I’m having this problem)
When I create a Hook Block Element I see now I can use Siteorigin Pagebuilder instead of just Plain HTML (Great!).
The problem is that it’s not outputting all the CSS from the page builder onto the front-end. So, I reached out to Siteorigin to see what was happening and their response was this:
So this issue is caused by the styling of the widgets not being output. GeneratePress might be outputting this area directly rather than running the standard content filters.
This is a general issue with how they’re rendering the content. They ideally should be running the content through the_content filter to allow for our (and other) plugins to treat this area as the main content area.
The problem can be seen at the bottom of the website I’ve attached to this forum topic. Here’s a screenshot of the problem so you can find it easier: https://snipboard.io/2jtHTQ.jpg
That’s supposed to be a 4 column row with all the columns stretched and justified to be even in width and height (If you navigate to any other page on the website outside of the blog, and scroll to the bottom you can see what it’s supposed to look like).
Is this something that can be fixed or something that would work if I uninstalled the Classic Editor Plugin?