Support » Plugin: Disqus Recent Comments Widget » Custom sidebar html is ignored

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Hey jurnco, thanks for using the plugin. What markup and/or classes specifically would you like to see added? We decided to use our own css classes for most of the elements because people often want to style comments differently.

    My theme has a very specific way of wrapping widgets that I set up with the register_sidebar function. (http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/register_sidebar)

    I don’t mind using the markup and css you’ve created for the widget content. I just need to be able to customize the before and after html for the widget and widget title wrappers, but the custom stuff is getting ignored by this widget.

    Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Jurnco, can you get in touch with me at my email andrew dot bartel at gmail.com and we’ll see about getting a patch to you prior to our rollout of 1.1 with the WordPress 3.6 release.

    Smae for me: I’m looking for a way to display this widget with the standard style of the other sidebar widgets, can you help?

    Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Hi Esistgut,

    Can you get in touch with me at the email above? We’ll send over a development version of the plugin with this bug fixed.

    Thanks,

    Andrew

    Hello, thank you very much for the plugin!

    Could you style it like the original wordpress resent post widget? That would me awesome.

    cheers Chris

    Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Hi Chris, at this time we don’t have plans to do so, but we’ll definitely take your feedback into consideration. Thanks for the post and thanks for using the plugin.

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