• Resolved frankmanl

    (@frankmanl)


    Goodmorning,
    In Post Grid I can’t set font-weight for any element. Only option is default.
    Can you please fix that?
    Thank you,
    Frank

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  • Plugin Support Amit Barai Alit

    (@amitbarai013)

    Hi frankmanl,
    Hope you are doing well.

    Thanks for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, I am really sorry to say that, the option to set the font-weight in the Post Grid is not currently available. However, if you could specify which element’s font-weight you’d like to adjust, please provide us with a screenshot and the URL of the page where you are using the Post Grid block. This will enable us to better understand your needs and assist you accordingly.

    Looking forward to your response.
    Thank you.

    Thread Starter frankmanl

    (@frankmanl)

    Hello Amit, the page concerned is https://onsraadhuis.com/ the ‘lees meer’ buttons (read more): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OZ7HNrt0lprjLEAi_1Vf5CsfPdwSuTvE/view?usp=drive_link

    At the back end there’s an option for every element to set the font-weight: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_dgQ2JTMor_2LRxJOr37tgjHD5UFbYFA/view?usp=drive_link

    I would like to set them to bold in this case. I’ll arrange this with css for now, but it seems a bit strange to provide the option ‘set font-weight’, but then restrict it to default.
    In the end I think I would like to be able to set font-weight for any element: title, excerpt, read more etc.

    Frank

    Plugin Support Amit Barai Alit

    (@amitbarai013)

    Hi frankmanl,

    Thank you so much for sharing the URL with us. I have added this to our internal list and hope this option will be added soon. In the meantime, in order to set the font-weight for the button, please use the following custom CSS code on your website:

    .ebpg-readmore-btn a {
    font-weight: bold;
    }

    You can simply add custom CSS by navigating to your WordPress Dashboard -> Appearance -> Customize.

    After you are on the Customizer page, search for the “Additional CSS” option. You can then go ahead and insert the CSS Code. Please check this screencast to learn more – https://d.pr/v/QrrfTw

    Let me know how it goes.
    Thank you.

    Thread Starter frankmanl

    (@frankmanl)

    Thank you, Amit, this all works out well.

    Frank

    Plugin Support Amit Barai Alit

    (@amitbarai013)

    Hi frankmanl,

    I am glad to know that it is working well now and I was able to help, please feel free to contact our support anytime you need help, we are always here to help.

    If you don’t mind me asking, could you do me a favor, and spend 30-sec to review us following this link, this will help us to serve better.

    Thank you in advance!

    Link to review – https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/essential-addons-for-elementor-lite/reviews/?rate=5#new-post

    Have a good day! 😊

    Plugin Support Amit Barai Alit

    (@amitbarai013)

    Hi  frankmanl,
    I hope you are doing well.

    I am glad to inform you that this issue is resolved in our latest version of the Essential Addons for Elementor plugin. Please update the Essential Addons for the Elementor plugin to the latest version to get this issue resolved.

    Thank you.
    Have a good day! 😊

    Thread Starter frankmanl

    (@frankmanl)

    Thank you, Amit, it works well now.

    Frank

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