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[Resolved] CSS Control For Widget

  • Hi –

    Great plugin. Just tried to control the min-height setting for the plugin in the G+ tab (now set to 600px) using the theme’s stylesheet and it would not over-ride your settings for #widget_bounds — even using the “!important” tag.

    Need to know your best advised method to control the widget’s appearance via CSS.

    Thanks –
    Scott

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gplus-comments/

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  • That is controlled by the css inside the iframe thats drawn by Google+ , and it cannot be changed from outside the iframe, in other words google has to either make it an option like they did with the width.

    There are some hackish ways to reset the height of the iframe if its running on the same domain but its not in this case so I’m not sure even that would work. Even if it did I’d rather not do it that way ( not by default at least, possibly an option )

    Sorry.

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