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  • #782539

    Hi,

    Yesterday one of your colleagues kindly help me remove the unwanted sub filters from my WP Job Manager page through the attached code. The Quick CSS code has worked but has meant the remaining filters are not aligned and it looks quite messy.

    Is there anyway to sort this out and have the filers next to each other?

    Kind Regards,

    Tim

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    #782771

    Hey Timothy,

    I’m not sure I understand what you mean by that, could you post a screenshot of the issue please? Note that we don’t provide support for third party plugins.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #783090

    Hi Rikard,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I had changed it back to hiding all the filter items when you looked, but have changed it back to reflect the initial post now.

    Kind Regards,

    Tim

    #783332

    Hi Tim,

    Thanks for the feedback, it now looks like it did yesterday but with some additional items under the two input fields. I still don’t know what you want to change? A screenshot would help in understanding what you are looking to achieve.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #783696

    Hi Rikard,

    Thank you for your reply. I’ve attached the screen shot.

    As you can see, the filters are displaced rather than being lined up together either horizontally or vertically.

    The Quick CSS code I used seemed to hide the text of the other filters (which is why the visible filters are misaligned), but not remove them as the box for each filter is still visible.

    I’m looking to tidy them up by having the visible filters aligned either horizontally or vertically i.e. not random sized gaps between them.

    Thanks for your help.

    Kind Regards,

    Tim

    #784699

    Hi,

    Currently some of the sub filters are removed however li tags are still there, that is causing the issue. Please post us your login credentials (in the “private data” field), so we can take a look at your backend.

    Login credentials include:

    • The URL to the login screen.
    • A valid username (with full administration capabilities).
    • As well as a password for that username.
    • permission to deactivate plugins if necessary.

    Best regards,
    Yigit

    #785297

    Hi,

    Thanks for getting back to me.

    Please find the attached login details.

    Kind Regards,

    Tim

    #785341

    Hi,
    Try this code in the General Styling > Quick CSS field:

    
    .job_filters .job_types li {
        float: left;
        border-right: 0px!important; 
        padding: 0px!important; 
    }

    Best regards,
    Mike

    #785382

    Hi Mike,

    I’ve entered it into the Quick CSS field but there is no change.

    The screen shot you shared is exactly what i’m looking to achieve though!

    Any further thoughts.

    Thanks for your time,

    Tim

    #785388

    Hi,
    Hum, I can’t login with what you gave us. But I’m sure you cleared your cache, do you have a caching plugin or using CDN?
    The css we are trying to over write is for a plugin here: /wp-content/plugins/wp-job-manager/assets/css/frontend.css
    Perhaps if you ftp in and edit it directly it will solve late loading css from the plugin? But when you update you will need to edit it again.

    Best regards,
    Mike

    #785403

    Hi Mike,

    Going in through the FTP end applying the edit worked perfectly. Thank you very much!

    Kind Regards,

    Tim

    #785410

    Hi,
    Glad we were able to help, we will close this now. Thank you for using Enfold.

    Best regards,
    Mike

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