• Resolved quintinoapp

    (@quintinoapp)


    Where I can customize pricing buttons ? Do you able to suggest me some CSS styles ?

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  • Plugin Support gavinohanlon

    (@gavinohanlon)

    Hi Quintinoapp,

    Thanks for reaching out to us about this topic.

    All versions of Easy Pricing Tables let you easily add custom CSS to your pricing table:

    1.Log into your WordPress Dashboard and open your pricing table you wish to edit.

    2.Click on the “Design” tab.

    3.Click on “Custom CSS” at the bottom.

    4.Enter your CSS here.

    Be specific with your classes and ID’s, and you may need to include !important in your CSS, depending on how your theme works, and if you have other things adding custom CSS to your site. For most custom CSS it’s best to target your individual table, especially if you want to make more than one. Your tables will all have a unique HTML id.

    Target your tables with this id: #ptp-[post-id]

    Where [post-id] will be your table’s unique post id. This can be found in the URL while editing it, or the shortcode while deploying it.

    I would recommend using your browser’s Inspect tool(F12) to play around with the CSS first and copy and paste those changes into the Custom CSS field in Easy Pricing Tables.

    For a more detailed explanation, you can follow this link here to our site https://fatcatapps.com/knowledge-base/ept-css-html/

    Let us know if you have any other questions.

    All the best.

    Plugin Support gavinohanlon

    (@gavinohanlon)

    Hi Quintinoapp,

    I am going to mark this as “resolved” but if you have any more issues, feel free to reach out to us again.

    All the best.

    Thread Starter quintinoapp

    (@quintinoapp)

    Yes, problem resolved. Thank you!

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