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08/27/2018 at 7:18 pm #47094008/28/2018 at 11:14 am #470992Steven ZahmKeymaster
The only way to accomplish would be to edit the template’s PHP files. If you have some basic knowledge in editing PHP, I can give you some guidance.08/28/2018 at 11:56 am #470994Sheila FranzenParticipant
I do have knowledge, but I don’t want to edit the files. I don’t want to interfere with future updates. Is this on the feature request list? :-)
How can I make the ‘View Profile’ stand out more? What is the CSS for that?08/29/2018 at 3:11 pm #471096Steven ZahmKeymaster
RE: I don’t want to edit the files. I don’t want to interfere with future updates.
You can implement the change by using custom template override files.
Follow the direction in the dev docs. The open the
card.phpfile You’ll see the code for image:
<?php $entry->getImage( array( 'image' => $atts['image'], 'height' => $atts['image_width'], 'width' => $atts['image_width'], 'fallback' => array( 'type' => $atts['image_fallback'], 'string' => $atts['str_image'], ), ) ); ?>
Wrap that code in a anchor. To set the anchor href use
Save the changes and overwrite the template override file.
Depending on the theme, you may have to add you own custom styles because theme’s often apply some interesting styles to anchors that will need to be overridden. If you’re lucky, they be nothing to do ;)
RE: What is the CSS for that?
You can use the
#cn-circled .cn-circled-detail-link aselector.
Hope that helps!12/18/2018 at 3:53 pm #479751Sheila FranzenParticipant
Thank You! I did get this to work! And I also changed the show profile name to TRUE and that works too. It wasn’t setting to true with the configuration change in settings.
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