• The plugin works very well!

    The only thing is that some colors are hard-coded (instead of via the customizer) in the css causing you to have to add this manually to the css of your theme.

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  • Plugin Support rafinkhan

    (@rafinkhan)

    @irian,

    Thank you for your feedback. We really appreciate it. May i know which color options you are talking about so that we can cross-check and add those missing options in the Customizer?

    Thank you!

    Thread Starter Irian

    (@irian)

    Good day rafinkhan,

    below is the styling I used (there is more, but this is what I would expect from the Customizer).

    /* Background color of the search form wrapper */
    .betterdocs-search-form-wrap {
    	background-color: inherit !important;
    }
    /*  Background of the single doc wrapper */
    .betterdocs-single-wraper {
    	background-color: inherit !important;
    }
    /* The color of the docs on the main docs page and in the sidebar don't change according */
    .betterdocs-categories-wrap li a,
    .betterdocs-categories-wrap .docs-sub-cat-title a {
    	color: #164E88 !important;
    }
    .betterdocs-categories-wrap li a:hover,
    .betterdocs-categories-wrap .docs-sub-cat-title a:hover,
    .betterdocs-toc > .toc-list a:hover, .betterdocs-toc > .toc-list a:focus {
    	color: #0091D3 !important;
    }
    
    /* Title - Remove bottom padding */
    .docs-single-title .betterdocs-entry-title {
    	padding-bottom: 0px;
    }
    
    /* Increase width of table of contents. This setting can be adjusted on the sticky toc, but not on the default toc. */
    .betterdocs-entry-content .betterdocs-toc {
    	min-width: 400px;
    }

    I hope this helps! For your information: I use the shortcode on a custom page instead of the default docs page.

    Yesterday I also noticed that in the sidebar and the main docs page, the second child taxonomies are not shown as children of their parents. Because of this, the first child of the main taxonomy appears as an empty category. I would expect that if a taxonomy is hierarchical, it appears as such on the front-end too.

    Could you let me know if you change any of these settings as I could then remove my styling and use the ‘proper’ Customizer way?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Irian. Reason: Added: .betterdocs-toc > .toc-list a:hover, .betterdocs-toc > .toc-list a:focus
    Plugin Support rafinkhan

    (@rafinkhan)

    @irian,

    Hi, there. Thank you for your detailed report. Yes, we have found the issue of styling options not working properly when you are using Shortcode. I have already assigned our dev team so It will be resolved very soon, no worries.

    Regarding, sub-categories, BetterDocs only support 1 level of sub-cateogires. Like you can only do this following at the moment. Parent Category -> Child Sub-Cat. Sub-Categories with child categories of their own won’t be displayed at the moment. But we will improve this as well soon.

    Thanks for your feedback. I will let you know once they are all fixed so that you can change your review to 5* afterward.

    Have a nice day!

    Thread Starter Irian

    (@irian)

    Hi rafinkhan,

    good to hear about the shortcode!

    I have solved the ‘issue’ of multi-layer categories by using the shortcode and only displaying the first parent categories of the lowest sub-categories. In the sidebar it is not possible to hide the parent-parent category as with CSS you cannot select a previous sibling. So I will just wait until the multi-layer categories are supported.

    If this is implemented, you will certainly receive a five star rating!

    Kind regards,
    Irian

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