• Resolved dkproductions

    (@dkproductions)


    I tried the free demo version of this plugin. The first thing I noticed is that there is no way to force custom css to be used. The theme css takes over certain css functions such as font color and hover.

    An option to use the !important tag to force theme to use css from the plugin.

    In the meantime what is a good workaround?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/maxbuttons/

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  • Plugin Author maxfoundry

    (@maxfoundry)

    Your post is timely as we about about to release an update that will include an option to use !important for the button css.

    Will this be a global setting or for each individual setting (font type, style, color, size etc..).

    I would like to purchase this but I can’t use it until this is ready so I will most likely wait till then. What is the timeframe?

    Plugin Author maxfoundry

    (@maxfoundry)

    It will be a global setting, per button. We’re also tweaking the button CSS to use a prefix on the CSS classes that are specific to the plugin, which will also help avoid CSS conflicts with theme styles.

    Plugin Author maxfoundry

    (@maxfoundry)

    Timeframe is in the next day or two.

    Plugin Author maxfoundry

    (@maxfoundry)

    The latest version of both the free and Pro versions now support this.

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