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This widget is an enhanced version of the standard meta widget for the sidebar.

What can I do to customize even more the appearance of the widget?

The code generated by the plugin is wrapped in an HTML element with class dnx-user-panel, what kind of element is decided by your theme, if unsure ask his creator. Contained in that element you'll find an unordered list with id dnxup_login_links and a variable class based on what kind of user is surfing the page; these are the classes you can use:

  • If the user is logged in to your site: .user_logged_in
  • If the user is not logged in to your site and you have registration enabled: .logged_out_yesreg
  • Or if the user is not logged in to your site and you don't want new users to register: .logged_out_noreg

Also each custom list item has class dnxup_custom_link, predefined list items have a specific id, and you can specify ids and classes for your custom links too!! These are the predefined ids for every list item:

Logged out users, no registration:
  • #login
  • #lostpassword
Logged out users, registration enabled:
  • #register
  • #login
  • #lostpassword
Logged in users:
  • #dashboard
  • #profile
  • #logout

I'm stuck with your plugin and don't seem to be able to customize it/make it work, can you help me?

Of course, you can ask for help on the forums or write a comment on the main article for this plugin on my site, I'll reply ASAP ;)

I'd like this plugin to be translated in my language, can you do this for me?

Starting with version 1.2 the plugin ships with a .POT file that can be used to create a translation of the plugin in your language, so if you're familiar with english you can help by providing a translation and it will be added to future versions of the plugin along with a link to your site on these pages ;)

To provide a translation simply edit the file "danixland-user-panel.pot" and fill every line with the traduction in your language, then save it as yourlanguagecode.po (E.G. it_IT.po for Italian), then contact me via the forums or my site and I'll tell you how to send this file to me. I'll add your translation ASAP.

A number of softwares exists to help you with .po files, like POEdit or Lokalize

If you have any other questions feel free to ask

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.6
Last Updated: 11 months ago
Active Installs: 100+


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