I have a ‘page_build’ fluid field which is linked to some grid fields i.e ‘block_60_40’ and I use these to build up a page layout.
I’ve noticed that when I add a few of the grid fields to the fluid field and save the entry when I go to edit that entry some of the grid fields have an extra blank row below. These empty row’s are not shown on the front end but it does cause confussion when looking at the entry.
The empty row can be deleted and this resloves the issue but they should’nt show in the first place, when adding a new item to the fluid field the empty fields do not show so seems linked to the initial save after adding a few items to the fluid field?
Thanks for getting in touch about this.
This was an issue a long long time ago, that we believe has been fixed. (That doesn’t mean its’ not present currently though)…
Any chance you can send over a simple set of steps we could take to replicate the issue?
EX. Fluid field with X fields in it etc. (we’re wondering if there’s an edge case combo or something along those lines that’s causing this to pop up)
Thanks for taking the time to reply.
The fluid field has about 8 fields, most of which are grid fields.
When I add a ‘block_60_40’ a few times with content (input field, rte etc) it seems to add a blank grid item below each row when editing the entry again.
If I save after adding each ‘block_60_40’ it seems to be fine, I believe.
The ‘block_60_40’ is a grid field restricted to one row.
The rest of the entry outside that fluid field has a grid field but sure if that is related.
I’m away for a few days but can give a better example next week if that would help?
This was an issue a long long time ago.
One approach is to make the initial element fill the entire first column by creating a large number of rows, but you must make minor modifications to the grid design, such as deleting the vertical gap and the horizontal gap, in order to accomplish this drift boss