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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Hi there,

    I’ve been considering to add a feature where the user can select the “style” of the list from a variety of predefined options (eg. thumbnails above the title, column-styled listing, and the one you mentioned too).

    What troubles me about it is that I consider this functionality something only people with CSS knowledge should have – people with zero development skills will have a hard time if the list does not display properly due to bugs caused by their own theme. And let’s not talk about compatibility for the different browsers out there. Maintaining something like that would be very time consuming.

    I haven’t discarded the idea, though. I really like it and I strongly believe people would love such a feature, so let’s see.

    Would it be possible to manually add these settings to the plugin css file? I have not experimented with it yet.

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Yes, of course. My advice would be to copy the plugin’s stylesheet (wpp.css) into your theme’s folder. Then, you’ll be able to modify it from Appeareance > Editor under Styles. That way, any custom CSS you apply will remain intact even after updating the plugin.

    would it be out of the question to request a 7 day filter of top posts?? .. to show only the post from the last 7 days??

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    That feature is already on the TODO list (see here). There’s no ETA, though.

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