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  • Various issues in the gutenberg editor and the CSS of the Tabs block

     Alexis updated 5 days, 10 hours ago 2 Members · 2 Posts
  • Andrés

    Member
    October 10, 2020 at 11:40 pm

    Hi. I have a number of issues with the Tabs block:

    • Sometimes, the «InnerBlock» capacity when I’m editing a Tabs block in a post (generally on the second tab onward) for some reason gets completely locked and the only way of solving it is deleting the tab, creating a new one and immediately writing something (whatever) in it so it don’t became locked.

    • For some reason, sometimes the Tabs block shows another tab open by default instead of the first one. Since (seemingly) there’s not actual way to control which tab is open by default on the plugin yet, this is very annoying.

    • With the default CSS on my website, when I see the site on a small screen (like a cellphone) and the Tabs block is supposed to use a 100% width by default, it somehow extends a little bit to the right (like 105%) instead of fit exactly the actual width of the screen. It don’t happens on the editor, yet its the only block of that kind I have used on the site and I have issues of thad kind.

    • Related to the previous issue, the wide and full alignments looks fine on the editor on my site, but don’t show at all on the actual posts. Also, on the editor the contents inside the tabs can’t extend to the inner 100% width when using the wide and full alignments either.

    Thanks.

    • This discussion was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by  Andrés.
  • Alexis

    Member
    October 17, 2020 at 4:23 pm

    Hi @peroyomas ! Thanks for letting us know about these issues. For both #1 and #4, we already have fixes for them, and they’ll be available when the next version comes out. In #2, you can select which tab opens by default by simply clicking on it. We’ll look into #3 and find out what causes it.

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