Thank you for the response!
I think I have been clearing caches but maybe I haven’t been doing it right. In Dashboard -> Settings -> General I set it to ‘Off (Level0)’ and at the top of pages I go to Caching -> Purge All pretty often. Is there another way? I’m hoping it is just something silly like this because I didn’t change anything other than the automatic updates.
It says that all the themes and plugins are up to date. There is an option to ‘Reinstall Wordpress 5.7.1’, is that something I should do?
I did figure out how to make the problem exist in Cornerstone (zooming the browser out so that the image does not span the entire width with the toolbar), but wasn’t sure if that is how I should ‘check if the problem persists’ like the instructions say? I was nervous to start disabling things when I was hoping it was just an update issue since I didn’t modify anything when it started. Would hate to break more things trying to fix, but I will if you think this might be the issue?
I updated (8.3.3) and it says there are no more in the Validation. The problem is still there when I ‘Visit Site’ from the Dashboard.
I don’t use a child theme so I don’t think this applies to me?
Followed instructions, didn’t fix.
I have some questions about this above, mostly if setting it to ’ Off (Level0)’ is what they mean by disabling?
I guess it’s too late for this since I updated all my Plugins hoping it would fix?
Thank you again for your help and guidance with the caching and plugin conflict testing questions above. I came across some additional errors in pages with custom code so I’m really not sure what happened with the auto-update! Still hoping it is something simple and update-y