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[Resolved] css styling

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  • Plugin Author Simon Dickson

    @s1m0nd

    Glad you like the plugin!

    Yes, you can hardcode the form into the theme. In fact, that’s how we would expect most people to use it. You can use a conventional WordPress template tag:

    facetious( array(
       ...
    ));

    or you might prefer to use:

    do_action( 'facetious', array(
       ...
    ));

    as this won’t cause a PHP error if the plugin should ever be deactivated.

    One of the options you can specify in that array of arguments is id: that would allow you to target the Facetious form in CSS.

    The widget has a class facetious_form, which you could use, perhaps in conjunction with an ID for the particular sidebar.

    Great! Thanks, Simon.

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