Line-Height in Web Builder 15 Shorter Than 14

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Line-Height in Web Builder 15 Shorter Than 14

Post by IzzyAvraham » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:53 pm

The line-height in the text on my website in Web Builder 15 collapses to much smaller than what I had it in 14.

For instance, here's a page in 14: https://holylanguage.com/john.html and here's that same page in 15: https://holylanguage.com/temp/john.html If you scroll to the bottom the difference in line-height becomes especially marked and clearly untenable.

I posted about this here https://is.gd/ivsBed and tried everything suggested in this article: https://is.gd/vsnEu3 but none of those variables solved this problem. It looks like in 15 there's a new line-height box in the text box settings which is blank, see screenshots here: https://is.gd/7agS65 and I'm wondering if that's the problem? I tried globally editing the line-height of all the text on the project but none of the site-wide editing features had that functionality.

I can't use Web Builder 15 if it butchers all the text on the hundreds of pages on my site like this. Is there anything I can do that I hadn't thought of yet? Thank you for your help!

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Re: Line-Height in Web Builder 15 Shorter Than 14

Post by crispy68 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:19 am

In the code, the wb14 shows a line-height of 22px. In the new wb15, it shows 17px. Once the 17px was changed to 22px it looked exactly the same.

What are your exact settings for one of the text objects? Font size? What is the 'output format' set to? Did you put any line height in the page properties?

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Re: Line-Height in Web Builder 15 Shorter Than 14

Post by Pablo » Thu Jun 25, 2020 6:19 am

Usually text issues are related to the DPI configuration.
Unlike previous versions, WB15 is now DPI aware.

Related FAQ:
https://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum ... 10&t=85917

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