Support » Plugin: footnotes » Link colour

  • Resolved tamstree

    (@tamstree)


    Hi,

    The link colour in the footnotes has reverted to a default colour since the update and I can’t find anywhere within the settings to customize the colour to match the links in the body of the post.

    Cheers.

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  • Plugin Author Lol Zimmerli

    (@lolzim)

    Hi,

    true, I can reproduce that by my side. I will check this and come back here.

    Best regards

    Plugin Author Lol Zimmerli

    (@lolzim)

    Me again,

    please try commenting out

    .footnote_plugin_text a {
    color: #000099;
    }

    in css/public.css (Last lines)

    Best regards

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by Lol Zimmerli.
    Plugin Author Mark Cheret

    (@markcheret)

    Hi @tamstree,

    the changes that @lolzim suggested are now part of the latest version of our plugin. So if you update, you don’t need to code manually 😉

    best wishes
    Mark

    Plugin Contributor pewgeuges

    (@pewgeuges)

    Hi @tamstree,

    I apologize for carrying in the blue link color. The fix has now been released in v2.0.2.

    Thanks @lolz for the quick fix in the meantime.

    Links will be colored in default on screen. When printing, they will inherit surrounding text color, as interactivity in PDF is mostly lost except for headings and in high-end files. And printing these numbers in black, not gray, is definitely better.

    Sorry again.

    Best regards.

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by pewgeuges.
    Thread Starter tamstree

    (@tamstree)

    the changes that @lolzim suggested are now part of the latest version of our plugin. So if you update, you don’t need to code manually

    The fix has now been released in v2.0.2.

    Hi,

    I did the update and nothing has changed. Links are still blue:
    http://tamstree.com/2020/08/02/denis-carroll-abt-1834-1884/

    Thread Starter tamstree

    (@tamstree)

    Now resolved. I hadn’t removed this from the CSS:
    .footnote_plugin_text a {
    color: #000099;
    }
    Once I did, it worked.

    Plugin Contributor pewgeuges

    (@pewgeuges)

    Hi @tamstree,

    Usually you wouldn’t have to remove it by yourself, because v2.0.2 does not specify any color for this child of this class:

    
    .footnote_plugin_text a {
    	text-decoration: none;
    }
    

    I was sorry to see your trouble and immediately felt guilty as in the hassle I forgot to version the style sheet call. WordPress supports query strings, it just took adding the plugin version number in the right place.

    The color was in v2.0.1, that is superseded:

    
    .footnote_plugin_text a {
    	color: #000099;
    }
    

    Perhaps that outdated version was still about and wasn’t overwritten yet.

    Sorry again for this mistake, that was not at all a project’s design choice but came in from a fork I did.

    Best regards,
    @pewgeuges

    Thread Starter tamstree

    (@tamstree)

    No worries!

    Thanks for all the assistance. My site wouldn’t exist without source citations and this plugin has been amazing.

    Plugin Contributor pewgeuges

    (@pewgeuges)

    Thank you!

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