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SP Page builder alters template css

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I am not sure this is a bug / as I would assume that SP Page builder can be used with any template.

I am having an issue with a virtuemarttemplates.net theme, where all the normal joomla / virtuemart pages etc display correctly, however as soon as i add an SP Page builder page, it messes with the search bar, mega menu gets smaller and out of proportion,and to top button gets squashed:

This seems to be the issue:
* {
-webkit-box-sizing: border-box;
-moz-box-sizing: border-box;
box-sizing: border-box;

When I change these to "unset" it fixes the template problem, but then SP Page builder rows go to a second row, so basically there is a conflict?

Here is the SP Page builder page: SP Page builder page

Here is the standard page: Standard page

I started trying to fix this with CSS, however it was becoming a bigger issue with more things breaking than being fixed. Is there a way that the PS Page builder does not conflict with the site?

Stanley Rieck

2 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Stanley,
Officially, we cannot fix your template, CSS conflicts are not our case.
But I can give you this:

header .ms-handler.container-fluid {min-height: 43px;}
#search-position-handler .inputbox {height: 34px; }

It should fix menu-bar problem even on SPPB view.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
You use virtuemart3 there, you must be very brave man. I admire the tenacity.

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