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Difficult to fine-style (3 posts)

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  1. cds71
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    This plugin technically does what it's meant to do. Functionally, it works as it should. It's very easy to set up, and after testing seemed to work flawlessly.

    However, if you're looking to style it, you may run into problems as I have. After spending much time inspecting every element of the form, I finally saw that several input "hidden" fields had line breaks (
    ) in the code, causing the form to have about 60 pixels of space on the top. I needed to style the form within a dark background box, with the title nearly flush to the top. Unfortunately, those line breaks would not allow me to accomplish that.

    So, for my particular needs, the plugin became useless. It's a shame, since it worked well and was super easy to set up. I'm sure not many people will have this issue since it was due to fine-tuning the styling exactly to the designs I'm following. I hope this review might save any other "pixel perfect" designers a lot of time!

  2. Greenweb
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Sorry the plugin didn't work for you.
    Did you look at the support forum? Here are two links from the forum that cover this: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/space-above-form?replies=4
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/not-styled-correctly-using-code?replies=7

    The plugin Does Not places line breaks (br tags) anywhere in its code. These are added by something else - in some cases this can be WordPress or your theme.

    How to avoid this: easy just add your short code on one line.

    e.g.: [easy_sign_up title="Me Form" esu_label="myForm" esu_class="myClass"]

    Don't do this:

    [easy_sign_up
    title="Me Form"
    esu_label="myForm"
     esu_class="myClass"]

    Here is a link to a post relating to styling the sign up form http://www.beforesite.com/forums/topic/create-box-around-signup-form/

  3. Greenweb
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    If you want to find out what is causing your issue I recommend following:

    First, make sure the plugin is up to date
    Second, have a look around the forums for a similar topic as your problem may already be solved
    Third, to test what’s wrong, disable all your other plugins and switch to the default WordPress theme. If the problem does not go away, open a support topic, if not, figure out which plugin is the cause of the problem and open a thread mentioning both plugins
    Finally, if you decide to open a new thread, Use this template:

    WordPress version:
    Plugin Name and version:
    I did this:
    I expected the plugin to do this:
    Instead it did this:

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