Support » Plugin: PPWP - WordPress Password Protect Page Plugin » Styling password form

  • Resolved melanie71

    (@melanie71)


    Hello! I have used the Elementor widget for your plugin here https://www.webfactory.com.au/banter-hosting-signup/ to password protect a form on my website.

    Can you please advise how I would center the password field, and style the button. I was surprised the Elementor widget didn’t contain those settings.

    I am using the free version of your plugin.

    Thank you 🙂
    Melanie

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  • Thread Starter melanie71

    (@melanie71)

    Also wondering how to add padding to this page? The Elementor settings don’t appear to be working with the Password Protection widget.

    Plugin Author rexhoang

    (@rexhoang)

    Hi @melanie71,

    Thanks for reaching out to our team.

    The layout and alignment partially depend on the theme you’re using too. That’s why we cannot put everything on the widget itself.

    Anyway, to center the password field, simply add this CSS code into your WordPress Customizer.

    .ppw-input { text-align: center; }

    As for the padding, can you please go to our chat support located at the bottom of our PPWP Pro website now so that we can assist you quicker?

    Thread Starter melanie71

    (@melanie71)

    Thanks!

    I am using Hello Elementor theme. Are you able to provide Custom CSS to style the button?

    Regards
    Melanie

    Plugin Author rexhoang

    (@rexhoang)

    Yes, definitely, @melanie71. Our team is always here to help.

    Please go to our chat support now.

    We’re waiting for you.

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