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[Resolved] Changing the pricing style in search units?

  • Hi – I recently bought the Pro version.

    I would like to make the style of the price details in units which are search type the same as units which are category type. This is the font colours, the number of stars in the reviews and the number of reviews.

    Below are screenshots showing what I mean.

    In category unit types, the pricing is displayed like this:

    Category pricing

    In search unit types, the pricing is displayed like this:

    Search pricing

    Please can you make it possible or show me how to make the search pricing display the same as category pricing?

    Thanks

    Tristan

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/amazon-auto-links/

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  • Plugin Author miunosoft

    @miunosoft

    Hi Tristan,

    Sorry, that’s not possible as the search unit type uses a different method to retrieve links from the category unit type. The search unit type uses the Amazon Product Advertising API and it does not provide those info including the number of reviews and the rating stars.

    Hi Michael – that’s a real shame about the extra review info.

    However, is there any way to alter the font sizing/colours for the pricing? It appears to use the ‘standard body’ styling so to change it means changing everything else which is also ‘standard’ on the page.

    Perhaps giving it it’s own class or an editable section similar to the bits where you can change the style of ‘Title Format’ and ‘Image Format’?

    Plugin Author miunosoft

    @miunosoft

    is there any way to alter the font sizing/colours for the pricing?

    Yes.

    As an example, put this in your theme’s style.css.

    .amazon-product-meta {
      font-size: smaller;
      color: red;
    }

    Great – many thanks Michael.

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