[Resolved] Weird Issue with Container Shapes

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  • #1725609
    Brent Wilson

    I am having a weird issue with container shapes. I have a couple of light purple containers (you can see them on this page: https://wordpress-519773-1848753.cloudwaysapps.com/) that have shapes set for them. The first one has a shape set for bottom. The second one is a block element with a hook set for generate_before_footer and a shape set for top. But both shapes are displaying oddly on the front-end home page (they display correctly in edit mode). In addition, the block element shape is displaying correctly on other pages of the website. Any suggestions for me?

    In addition, how can I get rid of the white space between the block element and the footer?

    Thanks!

    #1725629
    Brent Wilson

    Maybe I should mention that when I refer to containers, I am referring to GenerateBlocks containers.

    #1725692
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    The second one is a block element with a hook set for generate_before_footer and a shape set for top. But both shapes are displaying oddly on the front-end home page (they display correctly in edit mode). In addition, the block element shape is displaying correctly on other pages of the website. Any suggestions for me?

    Any chance you can include screenshots of the setting of these shapes so we could see what may be causing the issue? We’ll try to replicate it and see if we get the same output.

    In addition, how can I get rid of the white space between the block element and the footer?

    Check your Block element if there are any empty paragraph blocks after the GB container. Remove them. That’s the usual culprit for “empty” spaces on Block Elements.

    A wise man once said:
    "Have you cleared your cache?"

    #1726522
    Brent Wilson

    Okay, I got the white space issue taken care of. Thanks for that advice.

    Regarding the settings for the container shapes, see Loom video below:

    https://www.loom.com/share/b79236ad2d6b46088f7a26daabf2fbd3

    #1726884
    Ying
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi Brent,

    It seems there’s some excessive CSS existing for the SVG shape on the home page.

    Have you tried clearing cache and disable cache plugin?

    Let me know πŸ™‚

    #1726886
    Brent Wilson

    The cache has been cleared and the cache plugin disabled.

    #1726896
    Brent Wilson

    This home page did previously use Elementor. But so did other pages on the site where the block element container shape is displaying correctly.

    #1726901
    Ying
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Did you add them in as the reusable block? That might be the issue.

    Could you try to delete them, publish the page, then add them again?

    Let me know how it goes.

    #1726931
    Brent Wilson

    Nope, not added as reusable blocks.

    I deleted and re-added these containers and it seems they are working correctly now.

    Thanks!

    #1727000
    Ying
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad to hear that πŸ™‚

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