December 10, 2020 at 12:14 UTC - Views: 53 #66373
I updated one site to 4.4.2 today but have rolled back to 4.4.1 until I have time to look into this issue and make the necessary changes.
It seems like the ‘wvrx-fullwidth’ class is being ignored by the latest version of xtreme. The site in question has a number of full width sections that rely on wvrx-fullwidth, after the update all of these areas lost the full width appearance.
Not sure if the same happens with ‘wvrx-expand-full’ as it is not in use on this particular website.
Also, the site is still using WP5.5.3, so not related to the WP5.6 update.December 10, 2020 at 17:23 UTC - Views: 47 #66379
4.4.2 was done to fix a problem caused by WP5.6, but may have broken something when still on 5.3.
With 4.4.2 and WP5.6, I am not having a problem with the wvrx-fullwidth either coming from using extend BG in the Full width option page, or added on custom HTML content
@weaver will have to check if 4.4.2 and WP5.3 causes a problem with wvrx-fullwidth class, in the mean time, please elaborate on your specific case and provide a link to the page explaining where to look.December 10, 2020 at 18:20 UTC - Views: 44 #66383
Is your use of .wvrx-fullwidth as a specifically added class, or via full width alignment options?December 11, 2020 at 10:32 UTC - Views: 38 #66407
wvrx-fullwidth is used in the ‘Add Classes’ boxes for some areas, such as ‘Post Header’, ‘Post Footer’, ‘Pre Footer’.
Also used directly in HTML for some page content sections, for example:
div class=”highlight-box-x wvrx-fullwidth”
SOME CONTENT HERE…
Just to confirm, site is still on WP 5.5.3 and Weaver 4.2.1 was fine, Weaver 4.2.2 lost all full width appearance for these areas.December 11, 2020 at 17:18 UTC - Views: 33 #66411
I tested both an HTML div with the wvrx-fullwidth class AND a wvrx-fullwidth class added to the post footer area, and with WP 5.6 and XTreme 126.96.36.199 they work fine.
May be @weaver can check these on WP 5.3 and Xtreme 188.8.131.52December 11, 2020 at 17:48 UTC - Views: 28 #66413
I will have time to look at the website in question more closely next week, so will update to WP5.6 and move xtreme to the latest version again. Hopefully everything will work as expected but if not I should have the time to sort things out.December 11, 2020 at 18:23 UTC - Views: 25 #66414
Themes are not supposed to support more than 2 versions backward WP compatibility (meaning 5.4 now). I won’t force this yet by changing the min WP version tag for now, but I won’t try to fix things for 5.3. I have tested the fixes with 5.5, and they seem to still work.December 11, 2020 at 19:10 UTC - Views: 21 #66416
I am unable to duplicate that problem in 4.4.3 which will be released shortly.December 11, 2020 at 20:35 UTC - Views: 17 #66418
Please note I didn’t say the site was using WP 5.3, it is 5.5.3December 11, 2020 at 20:56 UTC - Views: 16 #66419
@thesurge, probably my bad 🙂
From what weaver is saying you should be good with 4.4.3 coming upDecember 14, 2020 at 10:17 UTC - Views: 7 #66446
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