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03/17/2014 at 11:33 am #282595
Thanks Steve – on the other post, I think you answered all my questions. My only re-query is to ask where the First Name is output, because maybe (?) there I could add some php coding to put an “*” for certain categories? If I’m clearly not knowing what I’m talking about, just let me know!
I put a review on WordPress – love the plugin, and love the support!!!03/17/2014 at 11:40 am #282597
P.S. How come it seems the “regular” css file doesn’t do much (maybe it’s my theme?) but the min.css does impact my site? I clear out my caches all the time. Just curious – I end up making any changes to both css files.03/17/2014 at 11:46 am #282598
P.P.S. The dashed underline under birthdays was successfully removed – but hovering the mouse over a birthdate still gives me a question mark cursor.03/17/2014 at 12:25 pm #282666Steven ZahmKeymaster
You want to use this function within the
files found in theconnections-cmap
folder within theplugins
folder. Check for the specific category and if it exists echo out the*
after the$entry->getNameBlock()` function in both files.
re: Minified CSS:
On production servers only the minified version of the CSS file is enqueued. The non-minified version will only be loaded if the
SCRIPT_DEBUGconstant is set to true in the
re: Mouseover tooltip:
That is rendered by the browser because the abbr tag has a
titleattribute to properly support the hCard spec. To my knowlegde and cursory searches, there is not a way to prevent this. The only option would be to edit this line changing both instance of abbr to span and then remove the title attribute.
Hope that helps! And thanks for the review!
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