Tagged: BUTTON COLOR
August 27, 2016 at 11:21 AM #42880
I am trying to change the text color for the show locations button, but I can’t see to find it. It’s defaulted to a purple button, which is great, but I need a text color to make it show up. Screenshot enclosed.
I own the power upgrade and everything is up to date. Screen shot below.
I’m not the best coder, so please be gentle. Thanks for your help!
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.August 27, 2016 at 12:15 PM #42888
You have the ability to change or override theme or plugin styles by using CSS with the Power Add-on. There is a tutorial video to guide you through this. The tutorial video references ProPack but it has the same information as far as how to find the div and css rules using Firefox or any other browser developer toolsAugust 29, 2016 at 10:12 AM #42896
I would assume I would change this within the CSS editor under Experience>View? On my page, it doesn’t give me a CSS editor box. See screenshot of what is on that page.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.August 29, 2016 at 1:29 PM #42906
I erred with my previous statement about being able to do that with the Power Add-on. , You are correct:
The reason I said Power is because Power replaced ProPack for all intents and purposes , with that exception. You used to be able to add and edit CSS with ProPack…If you had ProPack previously and had CSS rules, those will still be applied. But if you did not previously have ProPack and want to add or edit CSS that is a function of the Experience Add-On (or if you are adept at CSS rules use any editor)
If you have BOTH the Power and Experience add-on there are more features and styles that will work best and you might find a style \ exactly as you would like it without doing ANY CSS. You see a view of the style in an inset if you have Premier.
In my opinion, if you are going to purchase both add-ons, your best value is the Premier Add-on with Subscription. You will get additional exclusive features not available with any of the stand alone add-ons,as well as the third party add-ons that you can opt to use or not, (such as Social Media Extender, Extended Data Manager, Gravity Forms integration, User Managed Locations) but that you may find useful, eliminating the need to have a lot of other WordPress add-ons. Less outside add-ons =less conflict potential, , less maintenance , and less juggling for support on your end, since you will also have access to the premier forum (the questions in premier get answered first). Any recent purchases (like your Power Add-on) will qualify you for a discount off the Premier set-up fee.
Info on the CSS and plugin styles
advanced plugin styles and CSSAugust 29, 2016 at 4:07 PM #42907
Honestly, I don’t want to upgrade. Were the last two items you sent supposed to be links? They were broken.
We already paid a large sum of money to upload a large list. I just want to be able to see the text on the button. This should be a basic functionality of the plug-in. Either way, I shouldn’t need to upgrade to see the text. I haven’t changed the button style. It’s just all purple. How can I see the text on the button?August 29, 2016 at 9:14 PM #42910
I do not know how you got it to be all purple to begin with. , The SLP core base plugin does not have any plugin styles that would obscure the text with the same color as our submit locations button or search button. . Your custom theme on your site is overwriting the color scheme of the SLP plugin you selected, try other SLP plugin styles. Or if you have a WordPress theme change the menu and fonts and colors in your theme menu bar. I do not know your theme and therefore cannot advise you where to change it. Pick a SLP plugin style , there are over 20 to choose from.
Go to Experience/View tab , you can see the documentation from there “. Learn more about changing the Store Locator Plus UI with plugin styles”
If you need help designing your WordPress site, I suggest contacting Cybersprocket.com You do not need to be a coder to use the SLP plugins or add-ons product. But if you are trying to change a lot of elements and designs and themes andare unsure how, they can help you. I am not a developer or coder and I am able to change text colors, and do simple CSS, but I am also using just a standard free WP theme and the built in Twenty sixteen plugin style from SLP>
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