I have one “page” and two “articles” where I designed a grid element for the full-screen and one for mobile.
When I check the “page” in the backend I can see, that the two elements have NO “hide” attributes active, I am sure, when designing I activated them accordingly. Yet on the frontend view, they behave as if the “hide” attribute was activated ether for full-screen or mobile.
When I check the “article” in the back-end the “hide on mobile” is activated for the grid-element for full-screen. But the mobile-element is not visible at all (?). But when viewing the article in the front-end I see, that there are to elements, they exist in the front end, but the mobile element is invisible in the backend. Same by the way for an other article.
I have included the links as a private info. I have deactivated all of my plugins, yet I could not access the truly hidden elements in the back-end. Itested on different computers and different browsers.
The designs are a little older, so I guess that there have been two new versions of generatepress since, maybe three.
hide-onfeature is in the advanced panel, you don’t see it there?
If so, can you provide an admin login for me to check the back end？
Let me know 🙂
No, nothing there (on the “page”), please also look at the articles.
Yes, I can give you my password: see my entry at the bottom of the private information box. I’ll change it afterwards.
I think, these problems occured in the beginning of 2023 after an update of one of the generatepress-plugins or -theme. It took me some time to find a mid-night to deactivate all of the plugins, that was today. So this thing goes back a longer time.
Checking your site, it seems to be working as expected.
But, just use one feature – I would recommend just using the toggles instead of adding the class to avoid conflict: https://share.zight.com/12uboYNo
I am sorry it is not working. I overlooked indeed, that I had added the CSS class, I just looked at the not activated toggles and wondered. So yes, that alone would be o.k. But…
Now I changed the method, no class but toggles and that was o.k.. But then I also pushed the button to convert the old legacy layout to the new. And now I have exactly this problem as described, I can no longer access the mobil version of the block in the backend, that is still there on the front-end.
Here you can see the front-end: two different views of fullscreen and mobile (the image at the top of the page). But in the back-end the block for mobile disappeared. So the problem is a legacy block problem, I guess.
What else can I do but to redesign with a new page?
Could you please check again in my back-end?
The Container Blocks around the images have the Advanced > Hide ON selected.
Hello David, I am sorry, but there is something that I don’t seem to get, maybe: If I DEactivate the toggle-button “hide on mobile”, the mobile block still is not accessible. I can see it, in this documents-list. But I can’t work on it. It is still hidden everywhere else in my back-end, it doesn’t reappear (it seems to me, but maybe I am just too gp-version-1.0?) Kind regards and thank you (also to Ying and Fernando).
I have no issue editing it – on:
I unchecked the Hide on Desktop so you should be able to see it now (?)
Would you believe, that I did this without success… Well, thank you anyway (for your patience).
There have been other instances we have see where the WP Editor does odd things such as showing an incorrect option or a missing panel.
And its tied to the user login account.
So it may be worth logging in with a different account if the issue re-occurs
Glad to be of help
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