Come on a journey with me. It’s a journey of trying to do too many things at once:
I am using Sage9 (dev-master), and Beaver Builder (1.9.4, and I’ve also tried the latest 1.10 beta), and I’m trying to override the default
button module in Beaver using the typical method outlined here:
fl-builder directory in the root of my Sage9 theme doesn’t work --nothing happens. Placing it in
/resources does something --it breaks my entire site:
When I drop in a
button module with the overrides in place (the
fl-builder directory in
/resources), Beaver Builder’s UI locks up and I get an error in the console:
Unexpected token '<'
If I hit Refresh, I see the
button in place, but trying to click on it to edit locks the editor up again.
If I cancel out of Beaver Builder and discard changes my WordPress admin bar disappears on both the front and back end of the site. The HTML is still there, but it’s hidden by a stylesheet inserted in the site header.
Deactivating my theme doesn’t fix it. Deactivating Beaver Builder doesn’t fix it. Deleting Beaver Builder doesn’t fix it.
I am baffled by this. Is BB adding filters to the database and getting stuck somehow?
So my question is twofold:
How can I use module overrides with Sage9’s new
What the hell is going on with my admin bar?
I think the answer to #1 will make #2 irrelevant.