[Resolved] [Plugin: WP-Filebase Download Manager] Styling the output in a table
This is a great plugin for a designer – definitely not a programmer – like me. it works great and it has even more options that I need. Yet, I can’t get the results, displayed in a simple table, styled the way I want.
When I look at the returned code, it strikes me that the table itself has no class attached. Why is that? I’ve tried adding classes to the table, tr and td’s in the stylesheet, but the problem remains that the parent table has no ID nor a class of its own. That makes styling the list almost impossible.
Also, when I add cells to the row (like ‘author’), the table heading won’t play along. It still says ‘name’, size’ and ‘hits’, although my site is all about the Dutch language 🙂 Where do I change this?
Is there a fix for this? Could you tell me where I can find the code that displays the table, so that I can add the classes myself? I haven’t been able to find this code so far. I’d appreciate any directions to a solution, since the plugin itself is terrific.
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