Support » Plugin: Testimonials Widget » Removing anything that has to do with min-height

  • Resolved ladymsdiva

    (@ladymsdiva)


    Hi there,

    This is a great plugin, works perfectly for what I need. The problem is that the div heights aren’t expanding/contracting according to the height of the testimonial.

    I think they did this so the testimonials can rotate/fade in and out – but I don’t need this feature.

    How do I remove anything that has to do with the min-height declaration? I’ve changed the CSS, inputed 0 in the widget options and nothing seems to work.

    Can I just alter the plugin? Thanks for any help.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/testimonials-widget/

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    Ok, this is not a solution, but I am using the testimonials plugin to create the content type and displaying it in the sidebar using the (much hacked) Query Posts plugin.

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    (@comprock)

    Sorry about this fun…

    The problem is that the min-height comes into play at the very bottom of the page with the custom scripting. As such, your adding min-height modifiers to your styles.css fails.

    One of my TODOs is to remove the min-height and absolute positioning, but I haven’t had a chance and I’m off to Japan for a week tonight.

    I’ve just made a change to the trunk version of Testimonials Widget about allowing disallowing min-height by setting it to 0. Please give this a try.

    http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/testimonials-widget.zip

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