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  • Plugin Support Parag Das

    (@parag44)

    Hello @gerdneumann

    Could you please try the following custom CSS and let me know it works or not? Add it under Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS

    .tutor-course-enrolled-review-wrap .write-course-review-link-btn {
        text-transform: none;
    }

    Thank you!
    Best Regards,

    Thread Starter gerd.neumann

    (@gerdneumann)

    Hi @parag44

    sure this fixes the error. However, 1st this is a workaround and I would prefer it if this could be fixed in the Tutor plugin itself so I do not have to maintain such workarounds in the long run. Secondly, the rule that causes this also includes .single_add_to_cart_button as selector and because Tutor loads its CSS on every page and not just course page, this also mangles the WooCommerce buttons text.

    So it would be great if you development department could consider fixing this within Tutor.

    Thread Starter gerd.neumann

    (@gerdneumann)

    PS Regarding workarounds: The given CSS only fixes it for the first button. To have the workaround applied also to the second button (the submit button), it needs to be:

    
    .tutor-course-enrolled-review-wrap .write-course-review-link-btn, 
    .tutor-course-enrolled-review-wrap .tutor_submit_review_btn {
      text-transform: none;
    }
    

    I the long run I do not want to add such a workaround rule for every button that has a .single_add_to_cart_button, .tutor-button or .tutor-btn css class. 😉

    Plugin Support Parag Das

    (@parag44)

    Hello @gerdneumann

    I am glad to know that the issue is resolved. Thanks a lot for letting us know about it. Please do let us know if you need any help in the near future.

    Thank you!
    Best Regards,

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