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  • #19480
    Li-ran
    Participant

    Hey,

    I’ve been using the free plugin for a while and I love it! However, I can’t seem to figure out how to design something like Dispatch.

    Any advice?

    #19504
    Tom
    Keymaster
    #19519
    Li-ran
    Participant

    It worked, but wow, that’s a lot of CSS.

    So I can’t really do anything fancy with WPSP unless I’m a CSS wiz? I mean, I didn’t even need the Pro version for this. And what if I want something like this?

    By the way, I saw some color settings, but couldn’t find how to change the background color of the title/excerpt. I bet there’s a CSS out there 🙂

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Li-ran.
    #19526
    elvin
    Participant

    So I can’t really do anything fancy with WPSP unless I’m a CSS wiz? I mean, I didn’t even need the Pro version for this.

    WPSP Pro lets you adjust styles within its UI. It also has pre-built templates to choose from.

    ..And what if I want something like this?

    Some parts can be done w/ WPSP Pro features but will also need CSS codes.

    If you check the customer’s site from the GeneratePress topic link provided by Tom, you’ll find the WPSP part very similar with this one. (overlay, hover animation, etc)

    By the way, I saw some color settings, but couldn’t find how to change the background color of the title/excerpt. I bet there’s a CSS out there 🙂

    You can browse through the CSS codes you’ve added and change the background-color property value of these CSS selectors.

    .wpsp-card .wp-show-posts-entry-title {
        background-color: [add color value here];
    }
    
    .wp-show-posts-entry-summary {
        background-color: [add color value here];
    }

    If you don’t want it visible, you can change the value to ‘background-color: transparent;’

    #19537
    Li-ran
    Participant

    I’m not gonna lie, I’m no CSS expert. Does that mean I can’t use the Pro version effectively?

    As for the pre-built templates, I just opened a new thread. We’ll see how it goes.

    #19567
    elvin
    Participant

    While Pro version can style things within its UI, you are definitely correct that there will still be times where we have to rely on custom CSS as there are styling features that are yet to be added on WPSP Pro UI. Don’t worry about it. 🙂

    WPSP Pro is in active development. It’s still growing in its features.

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