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  • #5707

    miladavaz
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    Hey Boiz,

    I'm trying to change the styling of all the pages that are created by the WP FE plugin that I've bought. Right now it's this really weird typewriter font and bracket.

    Thanks for your time.

    All the best,
    Milad

    #5718

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    To match with your theme's style , every form field has css class input option.

    Also, WPUF has it's own style css file. Check those.

    #5727

    miladavaz
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    I need to change the Dashboard and notification styling which has nothing to do with the form itself. I needed some support on where the css styling files are for these things… Any reply?

    #5728

    miladavaz
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    Found it. Gotta say. That is one messy CSS structure… Also for custom post types it creates custom classes not documented anywhere else than the PHP… Not very user friendly.

    #5730

    miladavaz
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    Ok I've been trying all kinds of changes but nothing seems to happen…

    I am editing the “frontend-forms.css” file to change some dashboard stylings… Is this wrong?

    #5737

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    Slow down my friend slow down πŸ™‚

    It you are getting classes right why not add styles on your themes style.css file to handle these ? cause, if you make changes on plugin's style file when you are going to upgrade the plugin you will loose all works !

    #5793

    miladavaz
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    Hehe,

    I am not getting classes right.

    My forms seem to be adjusting to the theme correctly, but the dashboard is still raw. Even when I manually insert a div with an ID and then try to change this in the CSS file. Nothing happens.

    Can you please tell me which CSS file to edit to make changes to the dashboard?

    #5794

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    It's better to add CSS for the dashboard in your theme. Currently no styles is being loaded in the dashboard.

    #5800

    miladavaz
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    My theme has nothing to do with this plugin. You need to give me better responses than random one-liners that doesn't solve anything. Please spend a minute giving adequate answers to your support forum guys.

    “It’s better to add CSS for the dashboard in your theme.” is not good enough. Please explain a bit further.

    All the best,
    Milad

    #5812

    Tareq Hasan
    Keymaster
    Post count: 2831

    Sorry, don't take it other ways.

    If you are trying to adjust the dashboard design and if you are looking for editing the CSS in the plugin, that wouldn't work. As I said earlier, no styles being loaded in the dashboard from the plugin. So even if you would add any CSS to the plugin, that wouldn't work and you would lose the changes you made to the plugin once an update comes. So if you add any styling for the dashboard, add it to your themes style.css, that way it will not be lost when the plugin updates.

    #5843

    miladavaz
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    Post count: 9

    That made a lot more sense. Thank you for taking the time I appreciate it πŸ™‚

    All the best,
    Milad

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