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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #56218


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Timestamp:
07/18/2022 09:24:03 PM (21 months ago)
Author:
sabernhardt
Comment:

Hi and thanks for the report!

This report probably belongs on the Gutenberg GitHub Repository.

(additional details are in @XyZed's support topic)

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  • Ticket #56218

    • Property Focuses css added
    • Property Component changed from General to Editor
  • Ticket #56218 – Description

    initial v1  
    11This issue has been recreated in 4 different themes, Twenty Twenty-Two, Astra, & 2 Genesis themes. Also, with all plugins disabled, and all caches cleared.
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    3 I've been using the div class="wp-block-columns" markup via the code editor on over 300 articles on my WordPress site. I originally copied all of the markup directly from the WordPress block editor, so it was totally valid markup.
     3I've been using the `div class="wp-block-columns"` markup via the code editor on over 300 articles on my WordPress site. I originally copied all of the markup directly from the WordPress block editor, so it was totally valid markup.
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    55Everything worked fine through several WordPress updates, until WordPress 6. Now, when using WordPress 6, this markup no longer styles the block columns, and all columns merge into one block and lose their margins and padding.
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    7 If I look at the current WordPress 6 block editor columns markup, it has changed, and now has the markup enclosed in several “remarks” – eg. `<!– wp:columns –>
    8 <div class=”wp-block-columns”><!– wp:column –>`
     7If I look at the current WordPress 6 block editor columns markup, it has changed, and now has the markup enclosed in several “remarks” – e.g.
     8{{{
     9<!-- wp:columns -->
     10<div class="wp-block-columns"><!-- wp:column -->
     11}}}
    912
    10 So this shows that WordPress 6 has changed how it deals with wp-block-columns markup, but has not ensured backward compatibility with the previous markup. This essentially breaks my website, so I am unable to update to WordPress 6.
     13So this shows that WordPress 6 has changed how it deals with `wp-block-columns` markup, but has not ensured backward compatibility with the previous markup. This essentially breaks my website, so I am unable to update to WordPress 6.
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