Support » Plugin: Taxonomy Widget » [Plugin: Taxonomy Widget] custom css

  • ntechi

    (@ntechi)


    hey your plugin is good, i am using it in my website to display custom taxonomies in a drop-down list, i just want to apply custom css to my drop-down or to the title, how can i apply?

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  • Plugin Author Michael Fields

    (@mfields)

    Themer

    Thanks, You can add custom css to your theme’s style.css file. Since the dropdown is printed inside a widget, there are ample classes to choos from. just view the source and go from there.

    ntechi

    (@ntechi)

    and is it possible to display the drop down for posts???
    means all my posts will come in drop-down??

    ntechi

    (@ntechi)

    and can you give me ideas on how can i integrate this jquery to the drop-down-list
    http://www.dev4press.com/jquery/jgd-dropdown/

    Plugin Author Michael Fields

    (@mfields)

    Themer

    and is it possible to display the drop down for posts???
    means all my posts will come in drop-down??

    No. The dropdown will only display terms of the taxonomy that you choose when you install the widget.

    ntechi

    (@ntechi)

    can you set that jquery for me,
    cause i am confused in the coding

    Plugin Author Michael Fields

    (@mfields)

    Themer

    and can you give me ideas on how can i integrate this jquery to the drop-down-list

    I would try something like this:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    $(document).ready(function() {
    $(".widget_taxonomy select").jgdDropdown();
    }
    </script>
    ntechi

    (@ntechi)

    should i put this code in plugin file or somewhere else?
    and in which function if in plugin file?

    Plugin Author Michael Fields

    (@mfields)

    Themer

    Somewhere in your theme after the script where jgdDropdown() is defined.

    ntechi

    (@ntechi)

    i tried putting it in my header.php file inside head, but it is not working,
    just i copy pasted this code, do i have to add some other code into it???

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