Support » Plugin: WordPress Popular Posts » [Plugin: WordPress Popular Posts] Update to 2.3.0 breaks css

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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Oh, you’re totally right. I was changing stuff within the plugin, trying a few things and at some point I changed that. Will revert back to popular-posts in the upcoming update.

    Thanks for pointing it out!

    Or leave it, because then I have to change the css again. If I am the only one who complains about it…

    Is there a step by step way for us to fix this in the mean time?

    I tried restoring the v2.2.1 style.css file and that didn’t work for me.

    It’s depending on how you use the css and that can be different to anybody. So it’s a bit difficult to give a general answer.

    Thanks for your reply.

    That’s a bummer, It’s broken on my site and since I don’t know CSS and hired a designer he would probably charge me a fee for “tweaks” if he even has time to do it…

    Would reverting/downgrading the entire plugin to 2.2.1 fix the CSS issue, or is this something that needs to be changed manually? I have the popular post widget right in the top of my sidebar and it’s ugly without css…

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hi guys,

    Yes, it is easily fixable. Using a text editor such as Dreamweaver or Notepad, find this line:

    $widget_ops = array( 'classname' => 'wpp-popular-posts', 'description' => __('The most Popular Posts on your blog.', 'wordpress-popular-posts') );

    … and change it to:

    $widget_ops = array( 'classname' => 'popular-posts', 'description' => __('The most Popular Posts on your blog.', 'wordpress-popular-posts') );

    Save changes and you’re done!

    Next release of the plugin, which will be available soon, will have this fix already.

    Thanks Héctor, very easy fix indeed and everything is working perfectly once again 🙂

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