Support » Plugin: oik » [Plugin: oik] Auto PDF Icon

  • Resolved peterarees


    I realise I posted this in the Resolved thread for Automatic PDF Icon:

    I have the same problem. The custom css simply does not work for me, I have tried both:
    a[href*=’.pdf’] { background-image: none; padding-left: 3px; } and
    div.noicon a[href*=’.pdf’] { background-image: none; padding-left: 3px; }

    but it makes no difference. I use oik for cookie cat and privacy policy on numerous sites. The majority of these sites offer pdf downloads in lots of different ways, NONE of which require a mini pdf icon – in fact it simply detracts from the aesthetic in most instances.

    Can a fix be provided please, as the alternate is that I stop using oik because there are too many client complaints!

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  • Plugin Author bobbingwide


    Hi Peter. I’m working on a new version of oik right now. One of the tasks that I was deferring was in resolving some CSS issues. Now I’m going to make it a priority. If you can show me an example of a site where it’s not right then I may be able to propose a(nother) workaround. Otherwise it’s a simple case of editing oik.css to remove the offending line.
    The new version of oik will have something more specific to replace it.

    Plugin Author bobbingwide


    oik version 1.17 has now been made the stable version.
    The CSS associated with links to .pdf files is now

    a.bw_attachment[href*='.pdf'] { background: transparent url( 'images/pdficon_small.png' ) no-repeat; background-size: auto; padding-left: 32px; }
    div.noicon a[href*='.pdf'] { background-image: none; padding-left: 3px; }

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