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  • Plugin Author Damian

    @timersys

    You have latest version? Can i see your site?

    Yeap, latest version

    bit.ly/1pFFP8d

    Plugin Author Damian

    @timersys

    I need to check why is not picking the proper style, in the mean time you can fix it by adding this:

    .spu-shortcode {
    float: none;
    margin: 0 auto;
    display: block;
    width: 77px;
    }

    Damian, please don’t manage alignment style with your plugin. It should be done by site owners.
    Because now, with every update, you change the CSS rules, and we have to re-edit our override CSS rules…

    Plugin Author Damian

    @timersys

    That’s true, but most of the people know nothing about css, so I need to give them some basic alignment. All this changes were because I was trying to find the most stable version that suits everyone. There shouldn’t be much more changes from now.

    Sorry for the trouble!

    It will be difficult to suit every one’s needs…

    I hope you will freeze those alignment CSS changes at one point.

    The center alignment is working now with the update

    BUT

    for example in between facebook and the twitter buttons i have a

    <h1 style=”text-align: center;”>Twitter</h1>

    which is not being respected

    so that is an issue as well

    Plugin Author Damian

    @timersys

    Gabu the aligment works only for popup shortcodes and when used one next to the other. If you have other codes, or you don’t have shortcodes one next to the other you will have to override the CSS with your own style.

    for example for that h1 you will need to apply you own style.Something like
    <h1 style="clear:left">Twitter</h1>

    Plugin Author Damian

    @timersys

    Gabu the aligment works only for popup shortcodes and when used one next to the other. If you have other codes, or you don’t have shortcodes one next to the other you will have to override the CSS with your own style.

    for example for that h1 you will need to apply you own style.Something like
    <h1 style="clear:left">Twitter</h1>

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