Support » Plugin: HMS Testimonials » How to match up theme provided css

  • Resolved yashodhank

    (@yashodhank)


    Hello,

    I’m wondering as my theme does have shortcode for showing testimonial, i have its HTML code as follows, how to i give same feel and look to HMS Testimonials rotating testimonial?

    <div class="testimonialBox">
    <p>“This is main testimonial content”</p>
    <div class="author">John Doe, CEO Example.com</div>
    </div>

    Thank you

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/hms-testimonials/

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  • Plugin Author Jeff K

    (@kreitje)

    If you use the Firefox or Chrome developer tools you can see the classes that get added around the elements.

    It will be apprixmately:

    <div class="hms-testimonial-container">
    <div class="testimonial">This is another example.. </div>
    <div class="author">Mark Twain</div>
    <div class="date">16/03/2013</div>
    </div>

    Hi, is there any way to customize CSS directly? or do i have to work out something with /hms-testimonials/shortcodes.php file directly?
    I mean in earlier version i modified it, but now everything became dynamic and it will be hard to change html code.
    i have to remove all classes and additional div tags to make sure only author tag remains there..

    Plugin Author Jeff K

    (@kreitje)

    Modify your themes style.css file under Apperance -> Editor

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