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30th September 2017 at 10:08 pm #2752
Using 1.15 of the plugin. Now the calendar on the home page works as does the Calendar page. But the Sermon page, where the media appears, doesn’t look right. I am guessing it’s missing some CSS?30th September 2017 at 10:22 pm #3809
Looks okay to me – so your browser is probably caching the old CSS file. Try a Shift Refresh.
Looks better when you put some detail and an image with the sermon series too!30th September 2017 at 10:39 pm #3810
I think I need to add some padding to the containers, looking at your site.
I’ve got a UX guy improving the whole plugin at the moment which is exciting!2nd October 2017 at 1:26 am #3813
Well, will you look at that… it works! I thought I cleared my cache. Oh well, sorry for the mixup, but yeah, it definitely could use more padding. And for UX, may I suggest that you make consistent the display of shortcodes throughout the plugin, some have quotes others don’t and in the end I guess it probably doesn’t matter, but it may remove any confusion as to whether syntax is the reason for something not working. Thanks, Andy!3rd October 2017 at 6:06 pm #3821
Andy, I have to say I think I like the old layout for the sermons better than this new one. That being said, I took a shot at tweaking some of the CSS to make it a little easier on the eyes. I would start out by swapping the columns and putting the list on the left and the current sermon on the right. Then I added 10px padding all around inside the main frame. Next, I organized the headers a bit so they read easier. The sermon series remains at H2 (I might suggest making it bold), the sermon title at H3 (optionally italic) and the Click Item header is an H6 all uppercase. Sermon titles in the list can be bold or bold italic. The leading could be tightened up here, too, which would make for shorter lists. Maybe if you put the play button in a vertical column on the right edge of the box or at the bottom of each entry, it would align better and allow more room for the title. And as always, please use some kind of hover function that let’s the user know they are doing something. At first I had no idea that clicking an item in the list was doing anything. I have a screenshot but no way to attach it.4th October 2017 at 6:04 pm #3823
Good ideas – If you could email me the CSS tweaks you did that would be great support@ this domain
I’ve tidied up the shortcode list too for the next update
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