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Spectrum template and SP Pagebuilder - CSS issues

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Good afternoon

First time I have really encountered CSS issues when using Pagebuilder on yours or anyone elses templates, so it may be something more sinister than normal...

However I am currently upgrading a 2.6 site to the latest Joomla version and the migration etc. is all done and sorted no problems.

Just playing around with SP Pagebuilder on the new site, it seems that the CSS of the template is overriding everything in SP Pagebuilder to the point that buttons that should have outlines don't, feature boxes that shouldn't have a hover let alone a hover clour etc. do.

Looking to solve those problems I could literally spend hours amending css files to remove the issues, but as quickly as I remove the strange behaviours more appear.

For example here:

http://pmcflooring.com/mmp_upgrade/

Using your law page template for example, the page layout and styling is messed up by default and feature boxes have hover colours when none should exist, the "best experts ever" section for instance is all messed up and feature boxes have borders by default etc.

Am i expected to alter all of the template's CSS for it to have the same appearance as the demo for the law page template, as I never have needed to before.

Thanks

1 Answers

Norm Stephens

More than a month ago #Permalink
Having just checked again, the problems appear with the Specturm template but as soon as I use Helix all is fine.


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