Support » Plugin: Schemeable Sliding Panel » How can I add a css rule for changing the login message

  • Resolved kisshomaru

    (@kisshomaru)


    How can I add a css rule for changing the login message on the div#login-form.left > div#login-message ?

    As far as I can tell, the id of the div is #login-message, and then a span with a hardcoded color that I need to change.
    Tried all thinkable css rules, I could only modify the within the span of an unsuccessful login (something like: #login-message span strong{}, but using #login-message span would not work.). However I need to modify the text color of the span itself for both successful and unsuccessful.Those are currently hardcoded in the span as a green and respectively red.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/schemeable-sliding-panel/

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  • Plugin Author kdmurthy

    (@kdmurthy)

    The simplest way (for the time being) is to modify the slide.js file.

    Yeah, thanks for the quick tip, but I need a way to add it to the css (tab) such that future upgrades (if any) would not need a re-make. Does anybody know how can I add this to css?

    Plugin Author kdmurthy

    (@kdmurthy)

    Hmm.. you are persistent 🙂

    Download the latest version and use #login-message .login-success and #login-message .login-failure for messages.

    Wow. This works with v1.4.
    Thank you so much for an excellent plugin and your support. Appreciate it.

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