I'm experiencing problems with CSS not loading correctly on this site regularly, which seems to be a problem with Toolset cache. First of all, the styling of views gets messed up regularly, but also the styling of non toolset parts of the site.
When I inspect the source code, it says "cache_pages":"enabled" for some (not all) views used on a page, even though I've disabled the cache view option on all views.
Thank you for contacting us and I'd be happy to assist.
The Toolset's cache feature for the views should only affect the output of the views and the CSS/JS resources related to those views. In general, it should not affect the overall layout of a page, especially if no view is being used on it.
Is your website using any cache or optimization plugin? Is the website being served through a CDN service like Cloudflare? CDN services and some hosting servers also apply cache policies at the server level.
In case the issue persists, even after clearing all the involved caches, you're welcome to share temporary admin login details, for further troubleshooting.
Note: Your next reply will be private and making a complete backup copy is recommended before sharing the access details.
During troubleshooting on your website's clone, I noticed that as soon as I update the pending updates for the plugins (e.g 'GreenShift - Animation and Page Builder Blocks' and 'Greenshift Query and Meta Addon', etc), the issue with the missing block styles gets fixed.
I'm also no longer seeing this issue on your website where all plugins have been updated to the latest versions. I've made these tests in a couple of different browsers and devices and as a guest visitor as well as the logged-in administrator user.
Can you please clear your browser's cache and then check the output of these views again? In case the issue persists, only on any particular device or browser, please share its detail and steps so that it can be investigated further.
Thanks for your trouble. Updating plugins never fixed it for me, but resaving the page with the templates on it does (at least for a while). I'm experiencing the same kind of problems with Greenshift reusable templates, so I think the problem lies with the way Greenshift caches things. I've informed them about this too.