Jason Rosewell

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  • in reply to: Specify widget ID or Class #746
    Jason Rosewell
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    Hey Daron – thanks for the heads up. After working on this for several hours, my client decided they didn’t like their idea for this widget so it’s now on the shelf. 😐 I got paid, but it’s still a bummer. Thanks for all your help – I’ll implement this again the first chance I get.

    in reply to: Specify widget ID or Class #480
    Jason Rosewell
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    Yeah, I’m definitely going to use what’s available for now, but my anal self wants more control over the selectors!

    For example, in the above code snippet, that widget div is preceded by:

    <div id="mc_newslettersignup" class="widget widget_mc_newslettersignup">

    I’d love to give the widget generated by your plugin its own custom ID or class. Of course it isn’t necessary for it to work; just a nice perk, and my CSS will make more sense to me.

    in reply to: Requires AFC v5? #474
    Jason Rosewell
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    Done 😉

    in reply to: Requires AFC v5? #452
    Jason Rosewell
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    Bah… I did watch the video, but skipped past the intro to the meaty parts (which you tend to do when you’re in search of the right plugin for the job). My bad. You’ve got to spoon feed the masses, man!

    It’s a fantastic plugin. Well done.

    Cheers.

    in reply to: Requires AFC v5? #445
    Jason Rosewell
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    Okay great – thanks for the tip.

    I had no idea that I had to have the pro version. I’ve always used ACF free version, but I HAVE purchased add-ons so that’s great. I’ve claimed my free developer license.

    You may want to add something to your site that clears that up. Also, THANKS for making this 🙂

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