Support » Plugin: Eazy Login Logo » Easy to use but the logo is way to small

  • I suggest making the logo a minimum width of 312 pixels about the same size as the login box with flexible height

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  • Plugin Author Rob Scott

    (@r0bsc0tt)

    Hi @greg-ward
    I appreciate your suggestion.
    It would be better placed as a question in support since it is not really a review of the plugin.
    The one star rating you left is deceptive for other users. By suggesting the size is too small, you are acknowledging that the plugin functions properly by changing the image, just not to the size you wanted it. From the installation instructions on, it is outlined that the image size is 84px x 84px. The reason being that is how the css class defines the image in WordPress Core.
    The class is:

    .login h1 a {
        background-image: none, url("images/wordpress-logo.svg?ver=xxxxxx");
        background-position: center top;
        background-repeat: no-repeat;
        background-size: 84px auto;
        color: #444;
        display: block;
        font-size: 20px;
        height: 84px;
        line-height: 1.3em;
        margin: 0 auto 25px;
        outline: 0 none;
        padding: 0;
        text-decoration: none;
        text-indent: -9999px;
        width: 84px;
    }

    Your suggestion / bad review has been asked as a question in the support section, including an answer as to how to change the size. You should check out this support forum if you are interested in changing the size of the image: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/can-i-make-the-logo-bigger?replies=3

    As a sidenote, I looked at the threads you have started and they all seem to be about the same, one star reviews for plugins that do not work the way you want them to.

      I would encourage you to also leave positive reviews for the plugins you like since only leaving one star reviews essentially pollutes the WordPress ecosystem.

    Thanks Greg!

    Amen, Rob. There is such a lack of general manners on the forums. Free plugins are a gift from talented and generous developers who mostly hope to turn talent and goodwill into a living. All that work benefits folks like me, who actually do buy premium versions when offered.

    Negative reviews not well thought out hurt everyone.

    Plugin Author Rob Scott

    (@r0bsc0tt)

    Thanks for the kind words @dacree1
    It is frustrating to get negative feedback / ratings that one feels are unjust, because it effects the number of people that will use the plugin. My Downloads Per Day dropped over 50% about the same time @greg-ward posted his one star review of this plugin, dropping the average from 5 stars to 3. It really makes me want to take all of my stuff out of the WP repo and just keep it in a private Github repo, but when I hear from individuals like you who can potentially benefit from my work it makes me feel so much better about it.
    I really do appreciate you taking the time to post your thoughts.

    Honestly, I did not know how important the reviews are. In the future I will make every effort to share a good plugin by providing the feedback.

    As my nephew says, “Haters gonna’ hate.” The amount of time and energy put into negativity is astounding.

    OK, so you have heightened by awareness of the importance of reviews and positive feedback. I am also going to commit to upgrading to premium on any plugin I use permanently in my client projects.

    I know you develop for the challenge and satisfaction it brings you, but making a living off your talent can’t hurt.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  dacree1. Reason: typos
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