Support » Plugin: Comments - wpDiscuz » How to change padding and width? Custom Css

  • I’m no coder put I would like to make wpdiscuz box wider, or remove the padding so it appears to fit nicely on my site, see the blog section: filmstudiox.com

    What’s the css code that I can make the edits?

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  • Plugin Contributor gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    You can use this CSS code:

    .separate-containers .inside-article, .separate-containers .comments-area, .separate-containers .page-header, .separate-containers .paging-navigation, .one-container .site-content{padding: 10px!important;}

    I just tried that code, but it also changed the blog article width, which I didn’t want to do. You can see that the blog article is in its own white box and the comments in white box below it, how to I widen just the wpDiscuz box to make it the same width as the intro article box. See attached pic

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    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by bluebit.
    Plugin Contributor gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    Change to this:
    .separate-containers .comments-area, .one-container .site-content{padding: 10px!important;}

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by gVectors Team.

    Thank you, it worked. Quick Question: How do I get people to register inside of wpDiscuz? I want them to use the regular wordpress register thing and not some social network. Shouldn’t they automatically be registered if they put in their email address and name? I see that at the moment it’s only setup on my site to allow quests to post, can guests edit their posts?

    Plugin Contributor gVectors Team

    (@gvectors-team)

    How do I get people to register inside of wpDiscuz?I want them to use the regular wordpress register thing and not some social network.

    You should disable Guest comments. Navigate to Dashboard > Comments > Forms admin page, edit the Default Form, and uncheck “Allow guests to comment” option.

    Shouldn’t they automatically be registered if they put in their email address and name?

    No, there is no such logic in WordPress.

    I see that at the moment it’s only setup on my site to allow quests to post, can guests edit their posts?

    No, guests are not allowed to edit their comments.

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