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Sign Up Page — css problem

  • Avatar of mmcomber
    mmcomber
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    @mmcomber

    Okay, this ought to be pretty simple stuff for someone with more knowledge.

    I’m using 2.8.4 with BuddyPress 1.0.3

    Check out the sign up page for my site: http://www.threesheetsnorthwest.com/wp-signup.php

    Obviously, the theme is using the default css for the page on only a portion of the sign up boxes — those under the email address. The css makes them 75% of normal size.

    I can write the proper css to fix this, but where do I put the corresponding style tag? Should it go in the wp-signup.php file? And if so, were?

    Sorry if this is a bit amature of a question. And thanks in advance for the help.

    Marty

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  • Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    It is not an amateurish question at all. But since BuddyPress v1.1-beta was just released, the old two-theme system is being phased out. Going forward, BP will use a parent/child theme architecture. It is a more powerful, flexible theming environment.

    Since you are using a custom, premium theme (Woo Themes), you should ask them for support.

    Avatar of mmcomber
    mmcomber
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    @mmcomber

    Will do.

    It’ll be fun to figure out how to keep the same look and feel with 1.1. I’m just getting used the parent/child theme architecture.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    I setting this to resolved. If for some reason you need to change it back, you can do so since you are the OP.

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