Formatting and input style

Front Support Plugins Support WP Customer Testimonials Formatting and input style

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  • #509

    Martin Cooney
    Participant

    OK, got some older testimonials plugged at http://www.geekandjock.com/geekandjock-testimonials-lovers-site

    As you can see, when there isn’t a website specified, the alignment of the image isn’t in line with others.

    The input form has a glowing red outline

    Despite having the hReview Pro plugin, WP Tesimonials only allows full star recommendations and not half star – but I can use half stars in the Admin side so there’s inconsistency here.

  • #510

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Yes, I see it. I will fix this in the next release.

    – For now, if you are comfortable with CSS, you can edit the style.css file located at /css/ folder.

    Find :

    .wpct_tooltip_item {
    margin : 5px 25px 20px 25px;
    }

    Replace it with:

    .wpct_tooltip_item {
    margin : 5px 25px 20px 25px;
    vertical-align:top;
    }

    I think this will solve the issue with testimonials that has no website URL.

    – for the glowing red outline, I think this is caused by your theme, I will see if I can resolve it in the plugin styles.

    – Thanks for pointing me out to this, do you think we should make it all half rating? (not so sure about that)

    Thanks a lot for the great feedback. I appreciate it.

  • #511

    Martin Cooney
    Participant

    All good in making the CSS change – just waiting for it to roll out due to caching but thank you for seeing the need to update the plugin’s styling. Same for input boxes – might be due to theme’s styles but I’m sure this will be an issue for other user’s theme’s too.

    As for 1/2 ratings:
    [1] do half ratings impact, at all, on overall site ratings? If you get 1/2 rating increases then this must surely have a subtle overall increase impact
    [2] aligns with hReview 1/2 ratings. Why else would you have this as a Premium feature?

    I’d love to hear your own thoughts on the benefits and value of incremental 1/2 ratings as opposed to full point ratings out of a 5 score.

  • #524

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    [1] I found out that half rating is necessary in some cases when reviewing products, some people feel that giving 4.5/5 instead of 5/5 star adds more credibility (they say nothing is perfect!). Personally I don’t rate a product 5/5 unless I really really love it!

    [2] It was added as a premium feature, simply because it was the most wanted by users of the free version!

    P.S. I did some quick research, and I thought to add another way to rate products to the premium version by wording this time not only numbers, words sometimes works better as a simple call to action! I posted that on the FB blog a few weeks ago. I didn’t get enough comments that answer my question though!

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