Support » Plugin: eShop » One small problem with no easy resolution

  • maisiehoops


    I really wanted to use this plugin. I researched and loved how there was an extension for using Canada Post. Unfortunately, after spending a few hours putting the shop together, I came across a problem that did not have an easy fix unless you know CSS.

    The type of product I sell has many different variations, so I required many drop down boxes. This was easy to do, unfortunately, the plugin does not arrange them in a tidy manner. This meant that the option would be on one line, with the choices on the next.

    For instance.

    “Size” would be at the end of the top line.
    “Small” “medium” “large” on the second line.

    It looked very unprofessional.

    When I used the support page to inquire about how to resolve the issue. I was informed that CSS was no longer supported and that I would have to do it myself or outsource it. Someone on the support page offered to do it for payment and thought it would take a few hours.

    For something that I feel should be included with the plugin, I was not willing to pay. I was nervous that when upgrade happened, it would require more CSS work.

    Other than that, the plugin filled all my needs.

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  • Plugin Author elfin


    There are too many different themes to ensure that the CSS is suitable for all. The solution you ask for might not be suitable for someone else.

    Thank you for the rating.

    You might want to install Firebug for the Firefox browser. I too have had to make some adjustments to the CSS to make Eshop look right with my themes, and Firebug makes it pretty easy to view the CSS and change it “on the fly” to see how it looks before actually changing the stylesheet. Frankly, I wouldn’t be able to design websites without Firebug or something like it.

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