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[Resolved] central-alagned vs left-aligned

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  • It seems like the problem is more general, than I thought….
    I have not carried out a in-depth research, but it looks like counters are centered manually, and they are only centered properly if weeks are not omitted..

    I don’t care about this much, since I’ve simply edited the only css I need manually and I’m happy with the result…

    Though, this might be considered as a minor drawback by those who don’t want to manually edit css…

    Plugin Author Baden

    @baden03

    The css styling of the countdowns have been a common issue with those less technically gifted. We have thought about adding a sort of countdown style wizard to help people style up a countdown… but these plugins have to take back-seat to other projects.

    It seems you have really dove deep into this plugin! Look forward to seeing how you use it in the end product!

    I perfectly understand that this is not your head project 😉

    It seems you have really dove deep into this plugin!

    I didn’t 🙂 I’ve just fixed some mis-aligning …. So, there’s nothing special, although I hate to disappoint you))

    Hope, you would add those feature sometime 🙂

    @i3v, where did you get the countdowns centered. On Chrome>Inspect Element, I was able to add a 25px margin-left, to test if it would work. However, I cannot find where to put it in the CSS of the plugin.

    Can you help me out?

    @sperers150 , maybe I’ve misuderstood you, but have you tried to simply edit “height”,”width” and “padding” parameters in “.c-3po-dashboard” and “float” in “.c-3po-tripdash” in
    .\plugins\jquery-t-countdown-widget\css_c-3pro\custom\css_c-3po\style.css
    ?

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