Support » Plugin: Download Monitor » [Plugin: WordPress Download Monitor] Customising CSS and download page code

  • Hi,

    If I want to customise the CSS and download page code, I can see that I need to edit the files in the folder named “page-addon”.

    Is it possible to copy that folder to my theme directory, so that any modifications I make are not overwritten when the plugin is updated?

    I tried copying it to wp-content\themes\mytheme\plugins\download-monitor\page-addon but the changes were not picked up. The plugin still uses the original files in the plugin folder. (If it makes a difference, my theme is actually a child theme.)


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  • I found half an answer. Editing download-monitor-page-addon.php, I changed the line (very near the beginning of the file):

    $wp_dlmp_root = $wp_dlm_root.'page-addon/';


    if (is_dir(get_stylesheet_directory().'/plugins/download-monitor/page-addon')) {
    	$wp_dlmp_root = get_stylesheet_directory_uri().'/plugins/download-monitor/page-addon/';
    } else {
    	$wp_dlmp_root = $wp_dlm_root.'page-addon/';

    Then, if I put a customised styles.css file in wp-content\themes\mytheme\plugins\download-monitor\page-addon, this one gets picked up instead of the default.

    However, this does not solve the problem of customising the actual PHP code that outputs the download page itself.

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