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SPPB 3.0.2: Image Content (Left Image) Content Overlapping

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Hello Team,

I am writing to report issues with the SPPB 3.0.2: Image Content (Left Image) Content Overlapping. This is happening on several websites where we have deployed the updates.

I am facing too many shouts from clients right now. Please help me as early as possible,

I have religiously followed the following steps which are quite a routine for me when deploying even a simple plugin update.

Update Process:
1. Full Backup your site including Database
2. Delete Joomla Cache and Browser Cache
3. Update to SP Page Builder 3.
4.Delete Joomla Cache and Browser Cache

Bug 1: The first problem is the Image Content Add-on where when the image is set to left, the content which is supposed to be on the right side is overlapping with the image on the left.

Bug 2: The second problem is with CTA sections where the buttons have grown weirdly [See attachment "CTA"]

See images below from 3 different sites. There are more, however, I am sure you can help me with some quick fix, hence posting these for a quick look.

Site 1 page link
Site 2 page link
Site 3 page link

Please help me.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Syed H

Attachments (4)

  • Page-builder-bug-01.jpg
    Page-builder-bug-01.jpg 314.2 KB
  • Page-builder-bug-02.jpg
    Page-builder-bug-02.jpg 230 KB
  • Page-builder-bug-03.jpg
    Page-builder-bug-03.jpg 178.5 KB
  • CTA.jpg
    CTA.jpg 107.9 KB

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