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Editing the Buddybar Widget

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  • Avatar of danbpfr
    danbpfr
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    @chouf1

    Hi,
    be aware that this plugin is not updated for 1.6.x and WP 3.5
    that said, the plugin comes with his own css file. This gives you 2 possibilities to make changes throught CSS.

    1) working directly in the original file, and loose all changes if one day this widget will be updated
    2) or copy the whole file into your child theme css file.

    Avatar of Jchamp311
    Jchamp311
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    @jchamp311

    Hi There

    Ok thank you ;-) will have a think. Do you know if it will be updated or are there any other plugins that will do the same thing?

    Avatar of slushman
    slushman
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    @slushman

    I can update it, but all it is really is a bunch of links, so unless the links have changed, it doesn’t really NEED to be updated. :)

    The text size comes from your theme, but if you ned further customization, I’d recommend just doing that in your theme’s CSS file. If I do update the plugin and you’ve made changes in the plugin’s CSS file, your changes will get overwritten.

    Thanks
    Slushman

    Avatar of Jchamp311
    Jchamp311
    Participant

    @jchamp311

    Hi Slushman

    Thanks for your message, what is happening is just that the words are to big and some are overlapping. The links are not organized neatly like in your screenshots but rather in one long line?

    Do I adjust the plugin CSS or is it in the theme CSS?

    Avatar of slushman
    slushman
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    @slushman

    I’d still go with adjusting in the theme. I’d offer most specific fixes, but its hard to tell you what needs to be fixed without actually seeing it. Do you have a link?

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