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[Resolved] Using display member display

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  • Plugin Author James Koster

    @jameskoster

    Hey,

    That’s because the plugin comes with no CSS allowing you to match it up with your theme without over-riding / dequeueing our styles.

    To the per_row parameter will change where the first and last classes are in your markup. You’ll then need to add the column styling yourself. Should be easy enough with a couple of lines of CSS.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Matty Cohen

    @mattyza

    Hi Da_Vinci,

    Please see the following thread, where @jameskoster provides a CSS example: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/no-css-4?replies=4

    Thanks and regards,
    Matty.

    Chief Product Officer at WooThemes

    Hey does that sample code from the other thread go into the stylesheet.css by any chance? Sorry in advance, it must be like kindergarten hour for you guys but think of all the good karma for helping us use your team efficiently:)

    Plugin Author Matty Cohen

    @mattyza

    Hi purechiqi,

    That is correct, yes.

    You’d place this CSS either in your child theme’s style.css file (recommended) or in your parent theme’s style.css file. 🙂

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