Where do I find css code?

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  • #3154

    michal51525
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    Hi,

    can someone help me with css code? I bought focus child theme and like widget for enews and updates. I want to make sign up form integrated with mailchimp which look the same like this widget. I find out that to do it I need to put css code from that widget together with mailchimp code. The problem is, I am not very good with codeing and can’t find this css code:( Can someone please write me how to do it? I can provide my code for mailchimp sign up form.

    #3331

    lanzelot
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    did you get an answer to this?

     

    I’m stuck too with http://speakco.com

    #3334

    michal51525
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    no, nothing yet

    #3360

    Susan Nelson
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    Instead of doing all that, I would just use the new Genesis eNews Extended widget rather than the regular eNews widget that comes with Genesis.  It supports Mailchimp (among others) and it’s a snap to set up – no coding required.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/genesis-enews-extended/


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    #3417

    Olya
    Participant

    Hi Michal

    I am not good with coding either but I know where to find your css code.

    When you are logged in your wp-admin pane.

    Go to “Appearance”, then to “Editor”

    You will see your theme’s css.

    However if you are thinking to play around with your css.

    I would create a copy of your file (not sure exactly what files will you need to copy)

    In the video below the mention style.css file

    http://robcubbon.com/create-responsive-wordpress-site-streamline-genesis/

    (watch just at 2mins mark)

    You can use Dreamweaver or if you don’t have NVU is a free software where you can do editing as well.

    Then you will need to replace your file using FTP (Filezilla is free).

    However I don’t know anything about widgets etc… Sorry…

     

     

    #3465

    lanzelot
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    Susan, thank you very much!!! I got it working very well Take a look and let me know what you think?

    http://speaKco.com

    Thank you so much.!

    #3469

    Susan Nelson
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    It looks great!  And you’re welcome.  :)  I love that plugin!


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    #3472

    michal51525
    Participant

    Susan, thank you so much, works great for me as well:)

    #3476

    Susan Nelson
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    Post count: 202

    Awesome!  :)


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    #3534

    Olya
    Participant

    Thank you very much, Susan!

    I tried it too, looks great (for some reason couldn’t move it above everything in my right side bar)

    I am not sure about what should I put in the fields below:

    Form Action:

    E-Mail Field:

    Hidden Fields:

    It says that this plugin is compatible with AWeber…

    But do you know how to do this?

    Thank you very much

    Olya

     

    #3555

    Susan Nelson
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    The plugin author has instructions for aweber at the bottom of this page:  http://www.brandonkraft.com/contrib/plugins/genesis-enews-extended/


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    #3656

    Olya
    Participant

    Thank you, Susan.

    Yes, I saw that, but couldn’t understand instructions…

    But I also wrote on plug in forum and I got a reply.

    Will go through the reply and see what I will come up with.

    Thanks again

     

    #3675

    Kraft
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    Susan — thanks for directing folks to the plugin. All — thanks for using the plugin! Olya and I are getting her up and running over on the wordpress.org forum for the plugin.

    Peace!
    BK


    Brandon Kraft
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