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    Templates Display Form Fields Funky

    I am implementing a template on a new site -- preview looks ok but popup in action (only visible to admins) is not. I have not customized any css.

    See attached for example


    The form fields are misaligned and unreadable. That definitely won't encourage subscribers. What is the fix?
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    Hi,
    Your theme have a conflict with the WPS CSS, you must use the "CSS custom" in WPS to correct it.
    But with only an image I can't help you more, it's impossible to see where is the problem, If you have a link where I can see on live ?

    Regards,
    JC

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    Somehow Worse (Here's working example)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Christophe Bisoux View Post
    Hi,
    Your theme have a conflict with the WPS CSS, you must use the "CSS custom" in WPS to correct it.
    But with only an image I can't help you more, it's impossible to see where is the problem, If you have a link where I can see on live ?

    Regards,
    JC
    Sure - you can see it at http://www.lisadouthit.com

    Now it seems even more screwed up. I thought I needed the following custom css based on firebug

    #popup form {bottom: 20px !important;}
    #popup {height: 459px !important; }

    But if I put it in there - it didn't work, so I took it out and now it is worse.

    Thoughts?

    Happy to learn better how to troubleshoot and custom CSS this plugin since I use it for many clients.

    Thanks
    pP

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    Hi,

    can you try this in custom css

    Code:
    form {margin-left: 10px}
    {height: 459px !important;width: 850px; }
    don't use the #popup WPS add it automatically

    JC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Christophe Bisoux View Post
    Hi,

    can you try this in custom css

    Code:
    form {margin-left: 10px}
    {height: 459px !important;width: 850px; }
    don't use the #popup WPS add it automatically

    JC
    Thank you -- that seems to have fixed the display issues. I initially wouldn't have chosen the form selector for fear it would affect other forms on my site. Does the plugin automatically wrap the form within a WPSubscribers specific div then?

    Is there a way to redirect to a thank you page when someone signs up? It sort of flashes by (you have been subscribed) and that's it.

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    Hi,

    yes WPS add before the rules a #popup with this the CSS custom are only for the popup

    for the thankyoy page normally it's on your mailing system you can configure it, WPS send all the informations to your mailing system and after that WPS can't do nothing more

    Regards,
    JC

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    PopUp Hides behind other home page elements

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Christophe Bisoux View Post
    Hi,

    yes WPS add before the rules a #popup with this the CSS custom are only for the popup

    for the thankyoy page normally it's on your mailing system you can configure it, WPS send all the informations to your mailing system and after that WPS can't do nothing more

    Regards,
    JC
    Still playing with this... but the popup often hides behind the slider.

    Same url - lisadouthit.com

    See attached image.

    How do I fix this?

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    Hi,
    With this it's not posible to change directly in WPS, but it's posible in your CSS theme, it's in this file : http://lisadouthit.com/wp-content/th...vada/style.css

    at line 6103, change

    z-index: 10010;

    by

    z-index: 1001;

    Regards,
    JC

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    I am having a similar issue. I used the fix above:

    form {margin-left: 10px}
    {height: 459px !important;width: 850px; }

    But as you can see from the image it is still not displaying correctly in the email field. Any help?

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    Hi,
    the CSS custom depends from your theme, can you give me an live url ?
    it's impossible for me to find a solution with only an image.

    Regards,
    JC

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    the site is http://www.jenettapenner.com, but WPS is not live (since I can't get it to work properly)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Christophe Bisoux View Post
    Hi,
    the CSS custom depends from your theme, can you give me an live url ?
    it's impossible for me to find a solution with only an image.

    Regards,
    JC

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    Hi,
    You can activate WPS only for 1 one page, for example, you create a page "test" and you activate the popup only on this page, after send me the url to see the result

    Regards,
    JC

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