1. SP Page Builder 1.x (not supported version)
  2. Sunday, 28 June 2015
Hello, I always wondered about the different style in PageBuilder & Helix3. Helix3 layout builder is so much clearer and is pleasing the eye. It should be very similar in SP Pagebuilder!

The current PageBuilder v1.0.3 has a strange default style. Here are some experiences and suggestions:

  • Italic & Serif fonts?! (there seems to be only 1 basic font rule with "Open Sans". Which is not included. It should at least have the default Joomla backend font settings.
  • Too small icons and unnecessary text. (see addons options, add new. These could be icons only)
  • Add-On Title is a nice feature to identify the content type in backend! But it does always show in frontend? So, it is not very useful. It should work as backend helper to add and display a "text note". Like in Joomla core managers.
  • General Bootstrap feature missing: Nested Rows.
  • Custom CSS for backend. It would be nice to add my own custom styling in PageBuilder config options. Either a quick input textarea, or even linking an external custom.css file.

Thanks for listening.
Accepted Answer
You're right without "Open Sans" all fonts looks much better, cleaner.
As I told before all your suggestions I put into our intranet software , I hope that most of them will be introduced in upcoming 1.0.4
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Hi,

Thank you for your suggestions. We will check them and will see what can be done to improve the Page Builder in the future releases
Thanks. I added them to our TODO LIST...

I have question about
Italic & Serif fonts?! (there seems to be only 1 basic font rule with "Open Sans". ....

We talk about component back-end or front-end, if you can show me.
Paul Frankowski wrote:
Italic & Serif fonts?! (there seems to be only 1 basic font rule with "Open Sans". ....

We talk about component back-end or front-end, if you can show me.


Thanks for listening. I am talking of backend only. Here are 2 screenshots of PageBuilder Pro 1.0.3, HELIX3, latest Joomla:

1. Page editor with tiny italic/serif fonts
2. CSS rule inspector. Hence the Open Sans, which even overrides the default J! font rule.
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