Support » Plugin: RAD Dropbox Uploader » Placement of upload buttons

  • Hi! This plugin is AMAZING! Thank you so much for making it available! It does everything I needed 🙂

    The only problem I’m having is cosmetic; the buttons go above the text, even if I place the shortcode below the text. I’ve tried putting it in a DIV tag with a margin, placing an image above it, and all sorts of other things short of CSS. Would I have to create a special CSS class for it? I wasn’t able to locate a proper place using Firebug.

    I’d really like to get this fixed, because it makes my page look a little sloppy and isn’t really intuitive (I need explanatory text ABOVE the buttons). Otherwise, LOVE IT!!!

    The page is password protected, otherwise I would link to it, but I think I’ve explained it pretty well. Thanks in advance for your help!

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  • Plugin Author Aaron F.


    Hey there!

    Thank you so much for the compliments regarding the plugin.

    We are working on a newer version that will allow the placement of text both before & after the form.

    In the meantime, have you checked out our documentation regarding the CSS classes already associated with the form elements?

    All you have to do is add the CSS classes as outlined to your stylesheet, and customize as you see fit!

    Stay tuned for an update to the plugin!


    Is there a way to change to text inside the upload button? For instance, I’d like to change “Upload to Dropbox” to just “Upload”.


    Plugin Author Aaron F.


    Hi Jesset,

    yes this is a feature built into the shortcode. Documentation has been removed with the addition of the new owners of the plugin. However, they will be instating new documentation shortly.

    Great! Thanks for your reply (;

    Typing Services Divas


    any chance of new documentation link?

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