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  • Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    Hi!

    To change the font color in the event description, please add the following to your theme css file:

    body #SFctr #SFevtinfdtl,body #SFctr #SFevtinfbtm tr>td{color:#eee}

    (replace #eee with the color you want to use)

    To organize your members by categories, you can create labels for the categories and check the “Enable this label to be used publicly for searching the directory” option for those labels. These categories will then be displayed when the visitor clicks on the “Options” button in the directory. If you prefer the button to say something other than “Options”, you can change that under MemberFindMe > Plugin Settings.

    If you want your members to be able to select the categories for themselves, you also need to check the “Enable members to select or update this label themselves” option for the label, and add the User Labels box to the member sign up and member manage forms. Please see MemberFindMe > Help > Customization > Member Account Templates on how to add a User Labels box to the member forms.

    For more advanced customizations of the directory, such as creating a directory page for a specific category or for a specific geographic area, please also see MemberFindMe > Help > Customization > Members directory.

    Hi there

    I add the following;
    body #SFctr #SFevtinfdtl,body #SFctr #SFevtinfbtm tr>td{color:#eee}

    and i replace the #eee for font color and nothing happens , any idea what can i do now.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    I searched through all your css files and did not find that line of css, did you add it correctly? Please verify that it was added by checking the source of your css files…

    check please i just added again

    Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    Hi! I am still not seeing that line in any of your css files, did you verify that it is in the css file of your theme? What is the url to the css file that you added it to?

    AS YOU CAN SEE I AM NEW IN THIS SO ,WHAT I DID I WENT TO MY THEME goodlayers admin panel AND I JUST ADD THIS;

    body #SFctr #SFevtinfdtl,body #SFctr #SFevtinfbtm tr>td{color:#fff}

    TO THE ADDITIONAL STYLE (CSS) AND I SAVE IT.

    Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    Hi, can you email us at info@memberfind.me with an administrative login to your website? There is not much we can do otherwise since that is just not showing up in any of your css files…

    Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    CSS rule pasted with html encoding, issue fixed.

    Good afternoon

    I have a Membership site where one same member could be;

    AFFILIATE PARTNER MEMBER
    HISPANIC MEMBER
    HOME BASE BUSINESS MEMBER

    My question is;

    How can i put the same member in all the categories. My websiteis;

    http://www.capitolbusinessconnection.com

    Plugin Author MembershipWorks

    (@sourcefound)

    Hi, are these categories or actual memberships with prices associated with each? If they are just categories, you can create labels and attach any number of them to the member.

    If they are membership levels with subscription prices, then at this time we only support 1 subscription per member. You can create membership levels for combinations, for example: hispanic membership + affiliate partner membership. In the future we will be supporting multiple subscriptions, but that feature is not ready yet.

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