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  • DesignsCheap


    Hi Cole,

    Nice plugin. I installed it and selected theme 1, then checked the custom CSS box…next I went to plugin editor and copied the theme1 css file and pasted it in the custom CSS box on the settings page….made a modal on a page (using shortcode), clicked it, then used Firebug to inspect it.

    A little bit later, I had the modal looking great and matching my site except one little weird issue:

    The messages that show up on the top of the login window during authentication and successful login (but NOT when it fails) have a little 4 or 5 pixel wide area on the left edge that is still the original color of the theme. (I changed all the green elements to a different color). But heading looks great, button looks great, mouseovers work, focus colors for the inputs are right…just this last little item I can’t figure. I assume it’s a div that is styled to have that background color but I can’t find it!

    Can I get an email to send you the CSS I’m using. My site is still in development so it’s got a Private Site plugin….if I can have an email to contact you I can give you the password and the page the modal is on so you can see what it looks like.

    On a completely unrelated noted…I wish I could figure out how to get the login / logout links to show up in my WP nav…shortcodes don’t work in the menu admin.

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  • Plugin Author Cole Geissinger


    Hi ResolvedHosting,

    you can send an email over to cole (at) However, my time is slim and I’ll try and get in and take a look when I can, but it probably won’t be until maybe Sunday at the earliest?

    As for the WP Nav links, it’s coming in 2.1 (no set date) which I’ll be working on after I roll out 2.0.3 which fixes a number of other bugs.

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