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Luko thanks for the reminder… i knew i forgot a few child themes. Also i’m still learning about widgets and all i can see is that the changes only show when i have the widget id code in place. Going to give this another try when i get home.
Problem resolved: There was a firefox update a while ago that made everything ‘bigger’. Go to your display panel settings and:
right click the desktop > Screen resolution > Make text and other items larger or smaller > Default
This should fix the way things may look for some. Another option would be to adjust your header size so the rest of the page corrects itself.Quote:One other option was to look at adding in small images as links, is that what you’re talking about?
Nope. I was saying that you could just add some CSS codes to Graphene’s Custom CSS option or your child theme’s style.css to style the appearance of the shopping cart widget, without having to modify the code that generates the widget in the plugin.
*edit* I’m planning on purchasing the graphene mobile theme in the future, would you be able to suggest a good shopping cart plugin for that version? I haven’t began the project but it would be nice to avoid that sidebar issue on a mobile screen.
Basically, there’s no “sidebar issue” per se since the widget works – it just doesn’t have that professional look you’re looking for. This will be the same regardless of what theme you’re using, since themes can’t possibly style the content that is generated by all plugins that exist out there. You’ll just have to apply the same additional CSS codes like you would in Graphene theme.
The Graphene Mobile theme has a Custom CSS feature as well. You can also use a child style.css file with Graphene Mobile, albeit in a slightly different way than you would on a normal desktop theme.
Is there a link on the wiki/help page that explains how i’m able to add a custom css generated button to the child and apply it to the widget as suggested?
Thanks for the heads up. All I want is a professional look as opposed to the way it looks now. One other option was to look at adding in small images as links, is that what you’re talking about?
*edit* I’m planning on purchasing the graphene mobile theme in the future, would you be able to suggest a good shopping cart plugin for that version? I haven’t began the project but it would be nice to avoid that sidebar issue on a mobile screen.January 20, 2013 at 3:32 pm #35168
Problem fixed. I don’t know how i managed to click the disable front page option…
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