Formating the User Options?
The user options within my install of 'Photopost Classifieds' appears like this:
Add to Watch List · Report Product · Buy It Now · Receive Email Updates
Is it possible for me to add a little formatting and change it to this:
Add to Watch List · Report Product · Receive Email Updates · Post Comment
Buy It Now
I'd really like to be able to achieve this because I have to continually tell users where the 'Buy It Now' button is which is undoubtedly costing me sales.
You would need to edit your showproduct.php file and add some new class tag in there You create in your stylesheet. Right now they just use the default a:link class which is color there is no style class.
If you wish to read up on css there is a good link to explain how to code up new css classes.
Sorry Chuck.... I've looked but I'm feeling a little dumb!
Can you give me a point in the right direction as to where in the showproduct.php I can find the layout of the 'User Options'? Then as a start I can at least change the position of the links and place the 'Buy It Now' on a line of it's own. Then I'll address the problem of creating a new css font for it.
There is no layout. It is a simple link to buy.php. What I was implying is you could make a new style class in your stylesheet and then call it in that link to set a specific font size or color etc. This is the line your looking for.
So putting the re-formatting of the text of the 'Buy It Now' link to one side, how is the list and 'order' of the Classified Ad 'User Options' generated, because it's this that I need to do first if my 'Buy It Now' link is going to stand out clearly?
I'd like to place the 'Buy It Now' link where currently you see the 'Post Comment' link, which I would've assumed would be after a <br> somewhere in a template however this seems to not be the case....
I've attached an image showing how they appear on my site.
You would need to move that link down lower towards the end of $pmenu and as far as changing the look i outlined the changes you need to make as far as adding a new class in your stylesheet and my link above shows in bold how to add that new class to that link. Feel free to read the css link I posted to learn how to add a new style class something like this.
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