None of the settings within the Cwicly builder are showing up on the frontend of my new WP site. It doesn’t appear to be a caching issue as changes to post content shows up immediately. (I’ve disabled browser cache in Chrome dev tools & disabled my caching plugin).
I can hand code the css in the advanced tab + apply classes in builder and that does show up.
I am using the Cwicly theme with cloud hosting on Hostinger.
Much appreciated to anyone who can help point me in the right direction.
That does sound unusual. Can you provide a bit more information on exactly what settings you are configuring and the difference between what you are expecting to happen and what actually happens, then I’m sure answers will be forthcoming.
Here is one example: Trying to get column children to display flex; using Ciwcly to set the parent columns container to display flex, direction and justify…it doesn’t show up on the frontend.
I would attach some images to this post, but because I am new, my account is restricted from doing so.
Here is what I did to assign the template to the custom post type:
Cwicly Themer > In templates tab I chose “+ Default” > Add new > Single Item: (the name of my custom post type)
From there, I selected the created template to edit. Within that template, I can get the contents to display on the frontend, but not the styling.
I am using ACF’s new built in custom post type functionality. This particular site never used CPTUI.
As for the custom post type in question, I have created a complete custom post type with associated fields and field values. On the frontend, the custom post displays the inputted field values, which I query dynamically with Cwicly. The styling for the template linked to the custom post type is still not coming through.
This is very strange indeed like a text book caching issue. Is your styling in the UI or SCSS or both? Would you have any screenshots of the backend including Cwicly and what you are seeing on the frontend? A screencast even better.
And I know you mentioned columns before, can you share in more detail the approximate structure of the blocks used in the template.
- Post Content
It may help to understand specifically what is not working. If you had a similar structure to the above and applied a background colour to the section or a font style/colour to the heading, or anything not layout related, would it display? Or is it all styles from the template that are not loading?
Sorry to hear you’re experiencing trouble with this.
Thank you to everyone for jumping in and helping out!
Since we’re already in communication via email, could you kindly provide email@example.com with a frontend link to your installation, or even better, temporary access?
This would allow me to take a closer look and hopefully pinpoint the issue for you.