Tagged: buddyblog style
We did try to have partial compatibility when the form is used on the BuddyBoss profile section.
Since you are using the form in a page, It might be looking out of the place.
Please allow me to check in the day and get back to you.
I am sorry for the delayed reply.
Here is what I am seeing in if we use the form on the single page
Please let me know what improvements you suggest.
That’s not a problem.
What I’ve been wanting to do is change Color’s and typography on the forms.
I’ve actually gone through each form I setup and mapped the CSS from BuddyBoss template.min.css and two from buddyblog, bblogpro.css and default.css as well as the WordPress editor.min.css files. I’m creating a separate css file with all of the code I change from each of the files and will send it to you of you’d like to give it away or whatever.
While I have you here, I’ve got a few post types created, template, landing page etc., am I correct there is no built in adjustable code to define different functions for each of the post types, it’s up to the form and page creator to define what each does?
Thank you for the reply.
Yes, Please do share a copy of the changes to allow me see how can we incorporate them in the plugin. That would be helpful.
Yes, you assumption about post type is correct. The act as a content store and you can use them n any way you like.
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