Support » Plugin: Block, Suspend, Report for BuddyPress » Only Block Button shows on Gwangi Theme

  • Resolved epgb101

    (@epgb101)


    Hi
    jus heads up – does not work with great theme Gwangi (far as I can tell). Only 1 arrow button shows on both profile and member list. Any ideas welcome.

    Also can I change the arrow icon? – does not look like block to me?

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  • Plugin Author Ben at Bouncingsprout Studio

    (@bouncingsprout)

    Hey @epgb101,

    It sounds like Gwangi haven’t made their theme compatible with the plugin yet.

    Please contact them and ask them to consider making the theme compatible. We will of course assist them every step of the way, and we have a Theme Partners Program that many themes have already signed up to.

    Kindest regards,

    Ben R

    Thread Starter epgb101

    (@epgb101)

    Thanks for response – I will email them.:)

    Thread Starter epgb101

    (@epgb101)

    Ben – I see an arrow -> on the block – but on other sites I see a red circle with line through it I prefer. How do I get that red circle on Block?

    Thanks
    Ed.

    Plugin Author Ben at Bouncingsprout Studio

    (@bouncingsprout)

    Hi @epgb101,

    You should be able to do this with CSS, although that is outside the scope of the support I can provide on here.

    Ultimately though, the look and feel of the buttons is governed by your theme, so this is something that they ought to assist with.

    Ben

    Thread Starter epgb101

    (@epgb101)

    OK great – at least I know. Is that button graphic stored in your package in some folder?

    Plugin Author Ben at Bouncingsprout Studio

    (@bouncingsprout)

    I don’t know which graphic you are referring to, as I don’t have a copy of the Gwangi theme, but in any case, most theme developers use Font Icons for these kind of button graphics. There are no graphics for buttons stored within the plugin.

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