Support » Plugin: Service Box Showcase » ver. 1.4.5 also kills background colour of all form buttons

  • Resolved NightL

    (@nightl)


    as outlined in
    “ver. 1.4.4 kills background colour of all form buttons”
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/ver-1-4-4-kills-background-colour-of-all-form-buttons/

    the problem still exists in 1.4.5

    ver. 1.4.4 and 1.4.5 kills bg colour of woocommerce Add To Cart button (and all form buttons)

    in your plugins/service-box/assets/css/owl.carousel.min.css

    button:not(:hover):not(:active):not(.has-background) {
    background-color: transparent !important;
    }
    this is overriding WooCommerce Add To Cart button background (and all form buttons). It also impacts the mobile device menu hamburger button.

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by NightL.
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  • Hi @nightl,

    Please go to plugins > plugin editor and select Service Box plugin and go to assets > CSS > owl.carousel.min.css file and paste below code and replace with older code on line number 215 and also go to service-box-elementor-addon > assets > css owl.carousel.min.css file the same code paste on line number 215

    .wpsm-service-owl-carousel button:not(:hover):not(:active):not(.has-background)
    {
        background-color:transparent !important;
    } 

    If it works let us know

    Thank you

    Thread Starter NightL

    (@nightl)

    Your approach is not a solution – it is a hack that would have to be repeated every time the plugin has an update where they have not addressed this very simple issue.

    I quite correctly pinpointed the offending CSS (before you @lokeshkalosiya ) in
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/ver-1-4-4-kills-background-colour-of-all-form-buttons/
    so I don’t require further educating on where the offending css is located.

    and yes I could easily write CSS to target the buttons impacted by owl.carousel.min.css – but my continuing to repair a mistake in Service Box Showcase is not the solution here.

    Not only did I report the issue here but when no response came I notified wpshopmart via their social media and website contact form – I even got a reply notifying they would address the problem – they did nothing.

    I even warned people on WooCommerce Community Facebook page about this issue – and I will again.

    It just seems wpshopmart do not care about their reputation or indeed customers. They obviously don’t care that their customers maybe losing sales on WooCommerce shops.

    Plugin Author wpshopmart

    (@wpshopmart)

    Hello @nightl,

    I will remove that css code in next update.

    Thread Starter NightL

    (@nightl)

    I will readjust my review to a more positive note again after the update.

    Certainly takes a lot to get your attention.

    Plugin Author wpshopmart

    (@wpshopmart)

    the issue has been resolved in the latest update.

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