Flip card image in block grid

Hi there,
I need help on this issue:
I have a block grid element with flip cards inside. In the 3. grid element there has been an image on the front page. Now, after updating X, the image isn’t showing anymore. I can’t edit the element as I did before. How comes and how can I fix this?
Thanks for taking care.

URL: https://holthus-graphics.de

Code in Cornerstone:
[x_card animation=“flip-from-left” center_vertically=“true” front_style=“border-width: 8px 8px 8px 8px; border-style: none; border-color: #2772a4; color: #ffffff; background-color: hsl(0, 0%, 100%);” front_icon="" front_icon_size=“36px” front_icon_color=“hsl(0, 0%, 100%)” front_title="" front_text=" <img class=“wp-image-12149 size-thumbnail aligncenter” src=“https://holthus-graphics.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Holthus-Logo_400px-150x150.png” alt=“Holthus Graphics” width=“150” height=“150” />" back_style=“border-width: 0; border-style: none; border-color: #744288; color: hsl(0, 0%, 23%); background-color: hsl(0, 0%, 100%);” back_title=" " back_text="„Ich habe keine besondere

Begabung, sondern bin nur

leidenschaftlich neugierig.“

-Albert Einstein" back_button_text=“mehr »” back_button_link=“https://holthus-graphics.de/grafik-webdesign/” back_button_color="#ffffff" back_button_bg_color="#b51621" padding=“0 0 0 0”]

Hi There,

Thanks for writing in!
The image won’t work in the flip card shortly, please use essential grid or the grid plugins to get similar grid section.
Please check this for help in grid plugins.

Hope this helps!

Hi Basanta,
Thanks for your reply. I’m not very happy with your answer. Back then in 2016 it took me some thoughts and some custom css to get that look with plain text fields in the other 5 grid elements and just one image in the 6th one. And it work until recently!
Now I have to start again figuring out how I get colored text fields, no borders and the right animation in thos grid plugins.
Too bad.
Nevertheless, thank you folks for your i.g. great support.

Hi Basanta,
I found a work around that does the job by changing the background color to transparent, setting a class to that element and giving it a background image.
Kind regards

Glad you’ve sorted it out.


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