Support » Plugin: Birds Custom Login » Custom CSS is not responding

  • Resolved khunmax

    (@khunmax)


    Hello Federic

    Thanks for your plugin.

    I am currently developing a new site that is locally hosted on Xampp.

    I am running the latest v. of wP and use the Generatepress theme.

    I have installed your plugin and encountered a few bugs.

    1. Any code I add to your custom CSS field does not work. I wanted to move the entire form up closer to the top of the screen but entering the following and then saving did not work:

    #login {padding: 2% 0 0 0;}

    I also tried moving the form to the side with your suggested code, but that did not work also:

    #login {padding: 8% 0 0 50px;}

    2. I then just tried to tweak the 25px gap at the bottom of the logo in your settings page, but regardless of what I set as the value the layout of the form and logo did not change.

    3. When I enabled the delete “back to blog” option in your settings, the “log in” and “lost your password” links at the bottom of the Register form sit right on the very bottom of the screen with zero padding underneath. I tried to fix this with CSS but as stated above your custom css field does not work.

    I have switched out themes to twenty fifteen AND deactivate all other plugins in case it was a conflict issue, however, all of the issues mentioned above remain the same.

    Please let me know if you require any further information.

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.

    Kind Regards

    Max

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/birds-custom-login/

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  • Plugin Author Frederic Serva

    (@fredserva)

    Hi!

    Try first to add an

    !important

    after your declarations.
    eg:

    #login {padding: 2% 0 0 0 !important;}

    If it doesn’t work, let me know, I’ll look further 🙂

    Hello Frederick

    Thanks for your very prompt reply.

    Yes the important did the trick.

    Are you aware that another person has just uploaded a plugin to the WP directory that is identical to yours in every way.

    It is called Bobs Custom Login.

    It is an EXACT copy of your code.

    Just thought you might like a heads up.

    Thanks again for your reply.

    Kind Regards

    Max

    Hey Federic

    I also just noticed that there is no rollover/hover effect on the log in button.

    Is that by design or is something not working?

    Kind Regards

    Max

    Plugin Author Frederic Serva

    (@fredserva)

    You’re right, the rollover/hover effect doesn’t exist in the free version.
    As you can choose the background color of the log in button, the hover color must be calculated not to break the design.
    I haven’t implemented it in this version…

    Thanks for reporting, but what can I do about this piracy?
    The plugin is GPL licenced and is meant to help people (for their websites or for learning).
    The only differences between this Bo(o)bs Custom Login and mine are in function prefixes… but, again, what can I do?

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