• Resolved clubeddie

    (@clubeddie)


    I want to edit the css of the app. I choose the builtin 2015 theme. When i edit the css and preview it as mobile version. The changes are not visible. When i rename the CSS file it still loads succesful. But when i rename the theme folder it is not loading anymore. So i know for sure that i am editing the right files.

    The basic thing i want to edit is the background color of the left menu, it is white and i want it another color.

    Has anyone a solution. I also need to know if the changes i made are only for the mobile web version or also for the app in the appstore. Ik think this is another stylesheet, but cannot find it or test it.

    Hope someone can help so that i can take it in to production.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordapp-mobile-app/

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  • Plugin Author Dave Anthony

    (@mobilerockstar)

    Hi there,

    Which theme are you using?

    Thread Starter clubeddie

    (@clubeddie)

    2015 basic theme

    Plugin Author Dave Anthony

    (@mobilerockstar)

    Hi

    I have fixed this with the new update on Friday.

    Thread Starter clubeddie

    (@clubeddie)

    Great, but which files do i need to change?

    Thread Starter clubeddie

    (@clubeddie)

    I am seeing some active development. And an update for the app. So once again my question.

    Where can i edit the styling?

    I want to edit the css of the app. I choose the builtin 2015 theme. When i edit the css and preview it as mobile version. The changes are not visible. When i rename the CSS file it still loads succesful. But when i rename the theme folder it is not loading anymore. So i know for sure that i am editing the right files.

    The basic thing i want to edit is the background color of the left menu, it is white and i want it another color.

    Has anyone a solution. I also need to know if the changes i made are only for the mobile web version or also for the app in the appstore. Ik think this is another stylesheet, but cannot find it or test it.

    Hope someone can help so that i can take it in to production.

    If this is solved i can buy a license

    Plugin Author Dave Anthony

    (@mobilerockstar)

    Hi,

    Yes, this is actively being developed.

    You don’t need to actually edit the files. It is a bad ideas.

    There is a CSS editor inside the WordApp plugin. Just added the CSS there.

    Thread Starter clubeddie

    (@clubeddie)

    Dave, i want to give it a new try. You said that there is a CSS editor internal. But before i know what i want te edit (in this case a black border on the fonts in the menu which must be white) , but i cannot see how the default CSS is made. So i don’t know which setting to edit.

    What is the location of the active template and where are the CSS, so this way i can check which setting i need to change and use the css editor inside the plugin.

    Hope you can help

    p.s. is there already a winner of the facebook promo action?

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