Support » Plugin: Media Credit » Credits appearance and location

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  • Plugin Author pepe

    (@pputzer)

    Sure, @jorgeletralia. The credit is wrapped in a <span> with the class media-credit, so you can target that with custom CSS.

    However, something is strange with the markup on your page. You have an embedded <div> inside the <figure>. Are you using the classic (non-block) editor? Any plugin that might interfere with the [caption] shortcode?

    Thread Starter jorgeletralia

    (@jorgeletralia)

    Hi, Pepe:

    Thanks for the information. I’ll try with custom css.

    I use classic editor. In fact, I use WordPress 4.9.10.

    Plugin Author pepe

    (@pputzer)

    What’s your Media Credit version, 3.2.0? I would suggest upgrading to WordPress 5.x and Media Credit 4.0.x (with the Classic Editor plugin if you want to keep using that).

    Thread Starter jorgeletralia

    (@jorgeletralia)

    Thanks!

    The tip about CSS worked perfectly. We’ll update soon WordPress and your excellent plugin.

    Plugin Author pepe

    (@pputzer)

    So the issue has been resolved, @jorgeletralia? If you’d find the time to leave a review, I’d be grateful.

    Thread Starter jorgeletralia

    (@jorgeletralia)

    It has been resolved satisfactorily. I’ll write you the review.

    Plugin Author pepe

    (@pputzer)

    Thanks!

    Thread Starter jorgeletralia

    (@jorgeletralia)

    Hi again,

    This week we update WordPress and also the plugin. Now we have a new problem: the upper and lower space around the credit is too big (please see screenshot). We tried to solve this by adding <margin = 0,0,0,0> to CSS, but it did not work.

    Screenshot: https://imgur.com/ZBvWSLx
    The issue in live: https://letralia.com/entrevistas/2019/06/16/yolanda-arroyo-pizarro/

    Can you suggest a solution?

    Thanks in advance!

    Plugin Author pepe

    (@pputzer)

    @jorgeletralia: It looks like you should probably hire someone for adapting the stylesheets. The extra whitespace comes mainly from the padding and line-height properties of the surrounding <figcaption> tag. Also, I’m pretty certain that Media Credit is not the right tool to add affiliate links. You could do that with plain captions much more easily (or a specialized plugin).

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