Tagged: BuddyBlock, css, Youzer
- Kristian Yngve on April 17, 2019 at 3:11 pm #22371
This is about the CSS of the BuddyBlock plugin which uses to display it on the original Buddypress.
I am using the Youzer plugin that integrates with Buddypress core to make it much better. I am not sure you’ve heard of it, but here’s some kind of idea: https://youzer.kainelabs.com/wordpress-user-profile-header-styles/
The BuddyBlock page isn’t showing very well, and the plugin author requires the CSS for how it is displayed on the original Buddypress.
Here is a screenshot link in case it helps to explain what I mean that needs fixing:
Thank you so much for looking into this.
- Brajesh Singh on April 17, 2019 at 3:17 pm #22372
I am sorry, we do not have any plan to support Youzer.
Most of our plugins(except a few major ones), do not include css and they simply inherit from your current theme. Youzer does things in a non standard way making the compatibility an issue.
You will need to get the support from youzer developers as they are the one who override with specific styles.
The last time I checked it 3 weeks ago on a client’s site, their css was too much specific.
- Kristian Yngve on April 18, 2019 at 3:56 pm #22422
Thank you for getting back to me on all these requests.
After getting back to Youzer about your answers, they then asked me if you have a demo URL / Live demo for the plugin? They want to check to see how the data is shown.
Thank you for this Brajesh.
- Brajesh Singh on April 18, 2019 at 4:57 pm #22426
Since this is not our plugin, I will suggest asking about it from relevant plugin’s author.
- Kristian Yngve on April 18, 2019 at 6:12 pm #22429
Okay, thanks for getting back to me- I will refer to them now.
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