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  • Resolved pikamander2

    (@pikamander2)


    https://i.imgur.com/QJVCjaZ.png

    A few of the plugin’s CSS rules appear to be changing the style of the stars on the “Add Plugins” page in wp-admin.

    These are the relevant rules:

    .column-rating .star-rating .star

    .star-rating .star

    While it doesn’t break anything, it would still be best to fix the rule so that it doesn’t apply to those stars.

    One option (the best option, I think?) would be to exclude that particular stylesheet from wp-admin pages, unless you need it there for some other reason. If you do need the plugin’s CSS there, you could whitelist or blacklist certain wp-admin pages so that it doesn’t show up on the “Add Plugins” page.

    Alternatively, you could preface those two rules with body:not(.wp-admin) so that they don’t apply to any pages in wp-admin. That could potentially break some of your users’ CSS though, since it would change the CSS specificity.

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  • Plugin Author Gemini Labs

    (@geminilabs)

    Thanks for reporting this, it will be fixed in v3.6

    @geminilabs – Thanks!

    Just as a follow-up, it looks like this CSS rule also causes some spacing differences in other plugins’ settings pages, like Advanced Custom Fields.

    #contentdiv textarea, #titlediv #title

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