Troubleshooting Webflow and Wyze Interactions for Optimal Page Loading
In this meeting, the State Changers were discussing a technical issue related to the interaction between the tools Wyze and Webflow. One of the participants, Evan, uncovered a possible bug that interferes with the visibility and display of certain page attributes.
The central issue revolved around implementing logic conditions for an attribute to remain hidden until a request is made to Wyze. The objective is for the loading process to kick off, then correctly display the messages. The problem arose when they tried to hide it completely until the request starts. They considered adjusting the CSS properties and adding classes, but these modifications did not entirely solve the issue.
Then, during the discussion on loading conditions for the 'Wise message hidden' attribute, Evan discovered a potential route forward for setting these conditions using class names. This finding sparked a collective, humorous agreement on the "turn it off and turn it on again" troubleshooting method, reflecting the simplicity of solutions sometimes overlooked in complex tech scenarios.
While the problem wasn't entirely solved in this meeting, significant progress was made in their troubleshooting efforts. Other questions and issues were mentioned but not directly addressed due to time constraints, indicating follow-ups in future meetings.