Starting a new site on a fresh VVV install of Wordpress with buddypress. I've created a fullscreen region for the home page with top and bottom subregions. The top region has two nav elements. They look fine in the Upfront editor. They are not in the public page.
There's around 5 padding on each side of each nav element, but removing it didn't make a difference. Adjusting justification didn't change anything. Reapplying the style didn't make a difference (indeed, the correct style appears to be in the inspector but not showing on the page. It happens in both Chrome and Safari (Sierra).
At first I thought it was pervasive, but it now appears to be working in the regular window but not visible in the private window, even though the rest of the page is whether logged in or not.
In the bottom region, it appears but the scrolldown message flickers strangely when I hover over it to click. It's an anchor and I think the hover style is larger than the normal. Although I've changed the anchor style for the element, it doesn't appear when I select the text, so I'm not sure if it's applied. The only options are paragraph, H's and a couple others.
Also, I'm not using the builder. Not sure if I can use it later on the same style.
Unfortunately, as I'm just starting out, the site is on my laptop with no plan in the near future to transfer it to a host.
Hoping you've seen this before and can offer some suggestions.