• Resolved palmtek

    (@palmtek)


    How do I control the button widths? Is CSS override my only option? The Twitter button is scrunched up on the right.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • I’ve disabled and cleared every cache. I have to keep going back and turning off Cloudflare and the hosting servers cache, but I do it. I removed your plugin, reinstalled, clicked the reset option of your plugin at the bottom, saved settings. The plugin version says 2.4.2. This css file, https://technoogies.com/wp-content/cache/wpsso/rrssb-styles-id-1.min.css?ver=2.4.2 also says 2.4.2, and yet, the display is still block and not inline-block. Also, “Twitter” is not displayed on the button, of which, I suspect that is a function of the js to eliminate it on narrow or mobile displays.
    If the file is claiming 2.4.2, isn’t that the correct CSS file?

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    Reloading the default styles under the SSO > Tools or SSO > Responsive Styles page should do the trick. You can always edit the style manually under the SSO > Responsive Styles > All Buttons tab.

    js.

    I’ve manually deleted the content of the cache folder in the website and this keeps coming back.
    .rrssb-text{display:block;white-space:nowrap}
    in the file rrssb-styles-id-1.min.css
    Located in path, /wp-content/cache/wpsso

    Reloading the default styles under the SSO > Tools or SSO > Responsive Styles page

    I just clicked them all, clicked the remove cache and then physically checked to make sure the cache was emptied, and that finally gave me the correct CSS.

    Thank you!
    I’ll go away now 🙂

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by palmtek.
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