Support » Plugin: Tag Groups » How can change font size of wizard

  • Resolved K

    (@kabirbd)


    How can I change the font size of the wizard and the alphabetical index?

    Herers my shotcode,

    [tag_groups_alphabetical_index column_count=0 include=1 div_id=”responsive_tag_list”]

    and here’s custom CSS

    @media only screen and (max-width: 500px) {
     #responsive_tag_list {
      column-count:1;
      text-align:center
     }
    }
    @media only screen and (min-width: 501px) and (max-width: 1024px) {
     #responsive_tag_list {
      column-count:2;
      column-gap:20px
     }
    }
    @media only screen and (min-width: 1025px) {
     #responsive_tag_list {
      column-count:4;
       column-gap:20px;
    	 margin-left: 20px
     }
    }
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  • Plugin Author Chris

    (@camthor)

    Normally you do it with the parameters smallest and largest.

    Something like:

    [tag_groups_alphabetical_index column_count=0 include=1 div_id="responsive_tag_list" smallest=20 largest=20]

    With “wizard” you mean a tag cloud? Please try “smallest” and “largest” again.

    If you mean the “setup wizard”, you definitely need CSS.

    K

    (@kabirbd)

    I used custom html for wizard, i.e: ([tag_groups_alphabetical_index column_count=2 keep_together=0 include=1])

    Now it’s okay I just add the smallest and largest value.

    I can also change the value of font for the alphabetical index but. I don’t want to see underline in each and every link in the page. Is there any way to remove underline.

    Plugin Author Chris

    (@camthor)

    Since you don’t use div_id anymore, you could try the CSS:

    
    .tag-groups-alphabetical-index a {
    	text-decoration: none;
    	box-shadow: none;
    }
    
    K

    (@kabirbd)

    @camthor
    No I am still using div_id in page.

    here is my page shortcode,
    [tag_groups_alphabetical_index column_count=0 include=2 div_id="responsive_tag_list" smallest=14 largest=14]

    Everything okay except underline, it will look cleaner without underline.

    and here is wizard shortcode,
    [tag_groups_alphabetical_index column_count=2 keep_together=0 include=1 smallest=14 largest=14]
    wizard are okay. no underline.

    Plugin Author Chris

    (@camthor)

    Even with div_id the CSS I sent before should work. With div_id you would be able to use a different styling for each tag index, but if it’s OK for you that all have the underline removed, it should be sufficient to use that code.

    K

    (@kabirbd)

    Done. Thankyou dear.

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