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[Plugin: Taxonomy Widget] custom css

  • 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

    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.

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

    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

    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.

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

    Plugin Author Michael Fields

    @mfields

    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>

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

    Plugin Author Michael Fields

    @mfields

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

    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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