I never set this width up anywhere in the builder, or the auto-margins. I’ve been searching through every setting, every field in the builder for the past 2 hours and can’t it anywhere. All width fields are blank.
Does anyone know where this is being set and how I can fix this?
This has already been brought up here.
To get the entire context, I recommend to start reading some posts above.
You didn’t set these values, these are hardcored defaults which are non-accessible through the UI.
You can apply (override) your own values inside the global block settings.
Learn about it in the documentation.
You know, if the devs did something really simple like having a greyed out value in the max-width field then it would be really helpful. I’m sure other newbs will encounter this too. It would have saved me hours of wasted time. Of course, it goes withot saying that I should have read the docs but I gave up trying to learn from them because they’re out of date.
Lovely! Don’t get frustrated though we have all been there. Just post your question in here and we’ll sort your issue out, not a bother.
Cwicly Tailwind integration is about to drop, so they are quiet at the moment.
Indeed, at least some hint would be helpful.
Especially since the previous approach, where one could set these values in the global settings, isn’t available anymore, I’ve seen users getting confused.
Quick front-end checking with dev tools will clear things up in most cases, but as you mentioned, it isn’t intuitive and especially new users probably get stuck sometimes.
In my opinion, the way this currently works is not how I would expect it and is kind of against the overall concept of Cwicly. It’s an approach that would rather fit with other builders, but appears a bit odd here.
Anyway, I don’t mind too much about it and I of course accept the decision that was made here.
They are getting there eventually. There is constant improvement, I discover new stuff regularly when referring to the documentation here on the Discourse.
I definitely get what you mean but it’s worth checking them out too see if there are helpful info within the desired topic.
The improved docs (where already available) are pretty good in my opinion.