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  • Resolved deecemobile


    I need to edit the Subscriptions plugin in Jetpack but I can’t find the css file. Anyone know where its located?


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  • yeah i would love to know how to format this as well. the default is pretty janky looking.

    Beau Lebens



    You are better off including the CSS modifications in your own theme files or in a separate file which you reference from your theme. If you modify the Jetpack files, then the next time you update the plugin your changes will be lost.

    That being said, the Subscriptions module is powered by the jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php file, and there is some inline CSS in there. We will be removing that in the future and moving it into an external file.

    I posted this question to the subscription topic comments, but perhaps this is a better location to ask.

    Can I custom edit the subscriptions.php to hard code my website URL that is sent out in the subscription confirmation email?

    I changed my websites URL and now the subscription widget or function is stuck using my old domain.

    Found the answer to my question in this thread –

    I installed the subscriptions post and entered my own email to try it.
    Now my email address is displayed in the subscription box.
    How do I remove my own email address and leave it blank for readers to subscribe?

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