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Some pages are no longer referred to as “Page Builder by SiteOrigin”

Hi i have an issue withe the page builder.

Some pages are no longer referred to as “Page Builder by SiteOrigin”.
so if i want to edit and click edit the gutenberg editor appears and shows me the html divs like

<div id="pg-145-0" class="panel-grid panel-has-style"…………..

to test i have deactivated all plugins except the page builder and clear all cache

Any idea?

Thanks Volker

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  1. 2 months, 7 hours ago volker71

    ahhh… in the front-end the site is displayed correctly so the code in the db seams to be correct (until i click save in gutenberg)
    is there a posibility to set a flag or what ever in the db in the post db which say “okay open with the page builder” ?
    Thanks Volker

  2. 2 months, 7 hours ago volker71

    post db = post table

  3. 2 months, 2 hours ago Aaron Evans Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Volker

    Thanks for posting.

    By default, Page Builder should maintain Classic Editor Page Builder pages in the Classic Editor, even without the Classic Editor plugin. It isn’t possible to auto migrate classic Page Builder pages in the Block Editor. You can use the SiteOrigin Layout or Widgets Bundle Widget Block in the Block Editor.

    I’m not sure why the page in question is opening in the Block Editor but you should be able to resolve the issue by installing the Classic Editor plugin and opening the page in the Classic Editor. Please, give that a try and let us know how it goes.

    Thanks again.

  4. 2 months, 26 minutes ago volker71

    Hi Aaron, thanks for the hint . It works fine!

  5. 2 months, 7 minutes ago Aaron Evans Hi, I Work Here

    Super, thanks for the update. We’re glad to hear you’re making progress. All the best with your website.

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