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  • PeterC66
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    I note that the issue I reported has gone away since installing Avada & Fusion Builder Patches up to #417598.

    PeterC66
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    Hi Michael C, Thanks for that explanation. I am fine now in that I have disabled what Avada does to leave space for sidebars. My feedback to Avada would be that it was a very odd behaviour which looked like a fault and took me several hours to diagnose and pin down to Avada (not WP, Gutenberg, plugins, my code). The solution suggested, and my version of the implementation is not pretty (but it works).

    I would add that I suspect the behaviour I found of very narrow paragraph blocks within columns in Gutenberg is not what Avada intended. It looks like double or treble repetition of a max-width adjustment (ie every block is having a max-width adjustment, even those within other blocks).

    There is no need to respond to me about this, as I have disabled the ‘feature. But if what happened to my pages happened to anyone else Avada might like to correct it.

    Peter

    PeterC66
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    Thanks Shaminder. I have done effectively what you suggest (but not by using that plugin), and it has solved the issue, with what feels like a Kluge. I still do not understand why Avada/Fusion does this to the Gutenberg editor display, unless it is just an unfortunate side-effect of Fusion Builder.

    I have noticed that in the Avada documentation about how Avada works with WP 5 and the block editor that it is all about turning off Gutenberg, and not about turning off Fusion. My conclusion is that they do not work well together.

    Thanks Maximus80. You say ‘The block editor width is usually much smaller than what Avada displays it at’, but clearly my experience is the opposite. The image in my original post does not display but if you right click on this
    Screenshot of the problem and display in a new tab you should see the problem. I am afraid I do not understand what you mean exactly by ‘disable our styles in the back-end’. I want Avada styling in my website, I just do not want any aspect of styling to mess up my editing in Gutenberg.

    PeterC66
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    Having had no useful replies I have researched it myself. I find the following addition to functions.php in my Avada-Child-Theme works for me:

    // Remove page_title_bar from tng pages
    
    add_action( 'wp_loaded', 'avada_check_page' );
    function avada_check_page() {
      if ( substr($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'],0,5) === '/tng/' ) {
        add_action( 'avada_override_current_page_title_bar', 'avada_remove_title_bar' );
      }
    }
    function avada_remove_title_bar() {
    }

    I do not know if this is the best way. It works by removing the title bar if the url of a page is ‘/tng/’ – which is where all my TNG pages are served from.

    PeterC66
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    Thanks @Michael,

    I shall not create a ticket in this case as I have decided to leave the icons as they are, even though I would have preferred to be able to match the icons to what I used on my original website.

    It might be that you would like to change the system, the documentation, or annotate this conversation – just in case anyone else comes across the issue.

    Peter

    PeterC66
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    Hi Michael

    I did raise a ticket for this originally (conversation_id=818194869) but was told that “This would require the implementation of custom code. I am afraid customisation to that extent is a bit beyond my current scope of support.”

    If you could help I would be grateful.

    Thanks

    PeterC66
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    I have just tried exactly this and cannot get it to work. Without my changes the CSS for :before I see on Inspection is:

    .fusion-accordian #accordion-182-1 .panel-title a .fa-fusion-box:before {
        font-size: 22px;
        width: 22px;
    }
    .fusion-accordian .panel-title a .fa-fusion-box:before {
        font-family: IcoMoon;
        content: "\e61d";
        font-style: normal;
        line-height: normal;
        font-size: 13px;
        display: grid;
    }

    So maybe Avada 5.9 is using IcoMoon rather FA?
    It is not very important to me so I will leave the toggle icons as the Avada default (+/-).

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