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I want to have some space above the links in the listings
January 2, 2020
6:02 am
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The 2 links, 'Visit Website', and 'Contact *User*' links need some space above them as too close to the other headings.

I cannot use the class 'a' as it affects other things within the listing.

 

What would be the class exactly for those 2 a links.

 

Here's a screenshot to be more clear: https://prntscr.com/qigrat

 

Thank you

January 2, 2020
1:29 pm
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Hi Adi,

Thanks for your post. 

As you may remember, providing specific CSS code is outside the scope of support we typically offer with AWPCP.

When you find the correct code, here is an article about how to use custom CSS with AWPCP in a way that doesn't get overwritten on upgrade: https://awpcp.com/forum/faq/ho.....ith-awpcp/

I have put in a request for the developer to give us some direction here, but again, please remember that this above and beyond the support we typically provide. It may take some time before he can get to this since it technically a customization request and there is a bit of a backup in support right now. 

January 7, 2020
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Hi Adi,

Thank you for your patience while we have been working on this issue for you.

Here is what the developer said about the issue you reported:

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This is possible using targeted selectors. Customer can use a specific hierarchy of elements as the target, or customer can insert IDs and such into the layout HTML to allow them to directly get those links more easily. They can wrap those links (shortcodes) in specific HTML elements such as a span or a div and place a class or ID in that wrapper element, and then target the link INSIDE of that element using a selector. That's the best way to handle this.

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I hope that helps.

January 11, 2020
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Thank you for getting back to me.

 

It's defo complicated instructions without examples - but nevertheless, I'll give it a go with some google research upon what he's trying to say insert IDs and such into the layout HTML to allow them to directly get those links - I mean, this would suggest I would need to fiddle with the listing ad template behind the scenes rather than some simple CSS script in my styling sheet basically. Not that easy way about it, if you know what I mean.

I'm thinking about classing the page the targeting the #text class to see if that'll work too. I will give that a bash first...

 

Failing that - it's about 5 USD per css custom on a freelancing website (Fiverr). as I haven't got the time to play about too haha

 

anyway, thanks for getting back to me, it helps me move forward with this...

 

Adi

January 13, 2020
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Hi Adi,

Sounds good. We try to help as much as we can, but honestly customization like this is way beyond the scope of support we can provide. That general direction was the best I could get for you this time. Good luck with it. 

February 7, 2020
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Okay, this resolved it:

 

.showawpcpadpage {
line-height: 2;
}

February 7, 2020
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Thanks for sharing your fix, Adi! 🙂

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