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[Resolved] [Plugin: CommentLuv] Styling Comment Luv

  • Jeff Chandler

    @jeffr0

    Volunteer Moderator and Voice of WP

    Hello there. I’m currently using your CommentLuv plugin on my blog Jeffro2pt0.com and I’ve noticed that the styling in the plugin options is not taking effect. I’m not sure if this is because the .abbr class is not defined in my CSS style sheet or what but I can’t seem to figure out how to style the plugins output. Could you help me out by chance?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/commentluv/

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  • the latest version (1.97) should sort this out for you. Check your settings for commentluv in the dashboard/settings/commentluv and enclose the last blog post text with abbr and em like this..
    <abbr><em>[name]s last blog post..[lastpost]</em></abbr>

    the styling in the style box will be applied like

    <style type="text/css">abbr em

    so it will show for em within abbr tags

    Jeff Chandler

    @jeffr0

    Volunteer Moderator and Voice of WP

    Long time no talk, I’m still trying to figure out how to style this plugins output. I’ve tried putting the < em > code into the blog post spot as you instructed me to do and that doesn’t work. I have looked at my stylesheets and the plugin is actually putting the styling code into the stylesheet but it is never being applied.

    I wish I could just assign a CSS class to this thing and get it over with.

    I tried to make so you could add a class for styling but WP doesn’t seem to allow someone to add a class to something in a comment.
    I wrap the text around <abbr>< em> blah < /em></abbr>
    (remove spaces)

    and the plugin puts
    abbr em { style here }

    to the style sheet and inserts the style from the text field on the settings page. Hopefully this will get you styled ok.

    Jeff Chandler

    @jeffr0

    Volunteer Moderator and Voice of WP

    Actually, long time no see but I discovered that the reason why I was not seeing the style changes was because I had to first publish a new comment that enabled CommentLuv which would then display the new styling. Just because I changed the style doesn’t mean that previous comments that had Comment Luv enabled would change. Thus, I never saw any changes when I applied the new styling.

    It works as intended.

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