Support » Plugin: WPPizza » HTML div postion and arrangement

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  • Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    >Is there a solution for this?

    of course. just edit the templates/css

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    to clarify. i have no idea what theme anyone is using, so i’d do the following:
    from the faq’s:
    “just copy wppizza-custom.css to your theme directory and only overwrite the styles you need to override. (this file will be read AFTER the main default.css)”
    probably want to put some conditionals in there depending on screensizes and whatnot

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    come to think of it . in a future version i *might* add a distinct css and template specifically for responsive behaviour or maybe i can edit/change the current template/css to take care of that too.
    not sure, will have to fiddle around a bit to see what’s the best way

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    on second thoughts, I just had a mess around with the update I’m working on and I integrated a “responsive” layout option which hopefully will take care of that . Should have this version (2.0) out in a few days.

    (there’ll be an interim version though to warn people that there will be some changes in that new version if they are using their own/any custom templates)

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