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  • #9635
    Anonymous
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    One of my plugins (footnotes) is using empty-content p to style a part of the plugin. I want the text in the plugin to be pretty small but it would also have an effect on my post which I don’t want.

    When I have more paragraphs in 1 footnote, only the first one will have an adjustable size via:

    .footnote_plugin_text {
    font-size: 11px !important;
    }

    The other ones use the size of the posts (.entry-content p). Basically I would like to know how to either style the text in 1 class or how to separate it from the posts entry-content p.

    Image: http://i.imgur.com/m1epGuX.png

    Site: https://www.anonyrev.com/de/kontakt/

    #44204
    Anonymous
    Member

    Nevermind, I just realized that this plugin does not support this feature of having more links/info in 1 footnote, because when I add more paragraphs to the footnote, only the first paragraph will be displayed as footnote (number, letter, etc.), while the following ones are displayed as normal text in the post as you can see in the picture in my first post.

    Therefor my first post is totally useless.

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