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[Resolved] How do I hide the comments text area and its label?

  • Today I purchased your CP Donations Pro plugin for WP, and am using the Standard Donation widget.

    I don’t want there to be a comments textarea (or its label) in the widget; but there’s no way to hide these that I can find.

    Since they are not contained within their own div tag, I am unable to use the “Visibility: hidden” mod to the css rule – as this still leaves an open space, even though the label and textarea are hidden by this method.

    My first thought is that you might want to add in a preference setting to disable comments.

    My second thought is you might want to put these inside their own div tag – so at least this can be hidden completely – with no space left behind – using CSS.

    Please advise on this.
    Thank you.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-post-donations/

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  • I was also wondering – do you have plans to add any kind of admin area history of donations section, as well as a way to say thank you when someone donates?

    Plugin Author hahncgdev

    @hahncgdev

    Hi,

    Comments are only available in the PRO version. The PRO version (3.2) now has the comments field and label wrapped in a paragraph tag with the class ‘cp-donation-comment’. This will allow you to use CSS to hide this section.

    Thanks!

    Thanks for the CSS tip – that worked ‘using the following CSS mod..

    #cpDonation label.cp-donation {
    visibility: hidden;
    height: 0;
    }

    What about my second question though, where I said..

    I was also wondering – do you have plans to add any kind of admin area history of donations section, as well as a way to say thank you when someone donates?

    Thanks much.

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