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Helix Ultimate Framework 1.0.1 Presets not working

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Today I installed a clean version of Joomla (v3.8.5) with Helix Ultimate Framework (v1.0.1) and SP Page Builder Pro (v3.1.2).

When I try to select and change any of the values for any Preset none of these are being reflected in the front end. The only values that appear to be working are always from the default.css file.

Can you please confirm if this is a bug... when will it be fixed? And if it is not a bug... what I am doing wrong and how do I get the presets working please?


3 Answers

Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for your query. Please make sure you turned off the custom style
Make sure you fulfilled the basic requirements

-Best Regards

Peter Hay

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Sifat

When I turn off the custom style and select a preset there is then no way to edit the values for that preset? Even if I then go into the preset1.css and make a change e.g. #sp-header {background: #333;} it is not reflected in the front end.

Something still not working properly with this for me.


Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
please check the marked content
If you want to work with custom style then enable the custom style . When your custom style is enabled the default layout won't work.

And if your custom style don't work, then make sure you fulfilled the requirements.


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