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I've searched the database a couple of times using that plugin. No luck.
I also tried using Customize inside the theme to re-set the image, and it seems to save (no error message). But it does not display; no change.
WPEngine tech support recommended I clear the browser cache and/or open in a different browser. Also no change.
I finally just wrote a new CSS selector to force proper display of the background. So, I "solved" the problem, but I don't understand why this display fine for a year, and then suddenly was broken.
Anita, thank you for offering to help!
Let's close this one and move on.
Just to confirm: The theme's default setting for the HR was
Once set to
clear:nonethe text displays normally.
As I look at this with fresh eyes this morning, I note that the CSS for the horizontal rule includes "clear: left" which I will revise. Hopefully that will help.
I'll report back if not.
The reason I titled this "mysterious text wrap around floated image" is because the text is wrapping around the floated image. So much so, that it is out of sight. Presumably it is under the section below.
Also, the code for this section is the same as the one below it, which did *not* exhibit this behavior.
Here is the code inside the WordPress editor:
<figure class="splash_slider_left"> <div class="contain_slider">[smartslider3 slider="3"]</div> <article class="slider_test_image_left"><h1 class="number_underlined">01</h1><h1>Big Picture Minded</h1><hr class="one-two-three"><p>The big picture is our clients’ overarching story or idea. <sup>1</sup></p></article> </figure> <!-- It’s the reason we work together. By making the big picture a consistent part of our message, it becomes an organically created piece of knowledge. When this occurs, remaining ideas become easier to understand. We’ll connect these big ideas while simultaneously securing the details in place. At 505 Architects we understand that great architecture must embrace our clients’ intended purpose for their project. Together we accomplish this, while ensuring the project is integrated into the environment it shares with those around it. -->
Most is commented out, because I suspected an overflow problem.
Here is a screen capture. At lower left you can see a small horizontal rule. That is part of the text being pushed down and away. It's normal for a float to "push" text, but why would the first two text objects (the number and title) be visible, whereas the remainder is being pushed far away?January 23, 2020 at 4:27 pm in reply to: Workaround for 'Content Character Limit' removing style? #496148
This is very helpful.
In the case of the page that prompted the question, the client today shortened their text. But I'm keeping your responses for future use.January 22, 2020 at 11:30 am in reply to: Making new site look more like Atmosphere theme demo #496110
Corinne at WP Engine Support helped us fix this.
My notes: "Unlike other splash pages we've built, this theme's splash page happens to rely heavily on widgets. Each of the Genesis Featured Page widgets must be inside the same 'Front Page' container in order to see consistent layout. Otherwise, the CSS selector path will not apply to HTML elements as hoped."