[Plugin: Custom Field Template] Admin CSS (3 posts)

  1. babeburp
    Posted 7 years ago #


    Reference http://wordpress.org/support/topic/240898 - This topic is not resolved maybe because it was started in plugins & hacks threads - not a support question.

    I've upgraded to Custom Field Template plugin version 1.3.7. But my problem remains.

    The main issue I have is with my webpage presentation. The custom key are aligncentre even though it clearly states alignleft. And the whole display is garbled.

    I've been tweaking the Admin CSS (changing the whole Admin CSS suggested by Ginocolada), but nothing changes, this is so even when I deleted the whole Admin CSS (blank out). Strange!!

    Pls, pls help.

  2. babeburp
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I realised now w/ much embarrassment that the Admin CSS is meant for the look of the backend of the custom field templates and not for the webpage display look.

    I'm a totally non-techie gal - can someone pls share w/ me a nice style.css for this and also pls tell me where in the style.css should these codes be added. I am using the Arthemia wordpress theme.

    Thank you, thank you...

  3. Ginocolada
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Alright here we go to make a customized compact ADMIN template.

    The plugin manual explains something like:" use CSS break type the following way: (Set CSS of ‘#cft div’. (type = break)) "

    The following code worked fine for me:

    #cft div { width:50%; float:left; clear:none; }
    #cft dl { clear:both; margin:0; padding:0; width:100%; }
    #cft dt { display:none; float:left; font-weight:bold; margin:0; text-align:left; width:20%; }
    #cft dt .hideKey { visibility:hidden; }
    #cft dd { float:left; margin:0; text-align:left; width:80%; }
    #cft dd p.label { font-weight:bold; font: green; margin:0; }
    #cft_instruction { margin:5px; }

    You can find more examples on my blog.

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