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[Resolved] CSS Form Input Styling Issue

  • The easy-wp-smtp/css/style.css includes the following CSS:

    input[type=’text’],
    input[type=’password’],
    textarea{
    width: 250px;
    }

    This is getting injected when logged in and editing (particularly when editing menu items).

    This CSS should either be made more specific (to the contents of an Easy WP SMTP container — i.e. #swpsmtp_settings_form) or should only be included when viewing the Easy WP SMTP settings.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-wp-smtp/

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  • I identified this issue about 2 months ago, i fixed at that time and believed that in a new update they’ll fix it up, but nothing… and its nothing complicated to fix but its some annoying enter to admin panel after an update and see inputs fields, at least in pagination, breaking the view… This is my css:

    .swpsmtp-mail input[type='text'],
    .swpsmtp-mail input[type='password'],
    .swpsmtp-mail textarea{
    	width: 250px;
    }
    Plugin Author wpecommerce

    @wpecommerce

    Hi, I just released an update to fix this issue.

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