Support » Plugin: HMS Testimonials » CSS id for making "author" bold ?

  • Resolved Tracey

    (@traceyrissik)


    Hi there Jeff

    I’ve just tried your plugin fo the first time; it’s so easy to use!

    I’m using a shortcode to display one testimonials at a time at the bottom of my home page (test site) and would like to make the “author” bold, and add a tilda ( ~ ) in front

    So instead of “Jane Smith”
    it would be ” ~ Jane Smith

    I know I can do the bolding with CSS but can’t find which ID/ field to use…

    And is adding the tilda possible?

    thanks!
    tracey

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/hms-testimonials/

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  • Plugin Author Jeff K

    (@kreitje)

    .hms-testimonial-container .author {
    font-weight:bold;
    }

    To add a tilda you could use CSS but not all browsers support it.

    .hms-testimonial-container .author:before {
    content: "~ ";
    }

    The other way is to edit your testimonial and add it directly to source. Not as nice but will work across browsers.

    Tracey

    (@traceyrissik)

    Thank you Jeff – the bolding works great – and I think your suggestion of adding the tilda in the author field will be more consistent as it’s not working for me in Firefox.

    many thanks!
    Tracey

    Plugin Author Jeff K

    (@kreitje)

    Sure thing.

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