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[Resolved] Feature Request: Add CSS Classes

  • willshouse


    When creating a WordPress theme that uses the Black Studio TinyMCE Widget it is hard to effectively style a widget that users have control over. If multiple widgets are used, and one is supposed to be styled like a contact form, and one is supposed to be styled like an announcement, there is not a way to differentiate these.

    The current CSS classes include an enumerated widget class ( widget-3 ) and the general BSTMW class ( widget_black_studio_tinymce )

    It would be great if there was an advanced option to add a CSS class to the widget:



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  • Plugin Author Marco Chiesi


    Hello willshouse,
    your feature request is really good, but I think this feature should be included in a separate plugin, and shold be working on all widgets, not just the ones created with our plugin.
    I found this plugin Widget CSS Classes, that looks like exactly what you were looking for. Please take a look (I haven’t tested it yet).

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