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    matthewjohn938

    Blog Comments and SEO

    I am agreed with the clarification, but someone doing blog commenting by considering the relevance, then definitely it works to get traffic. And definitely all SEO techniques are important if used in a right manner.
  2. 1 point
    Nathan

    New Member Introduction

    Welcome to the boards!
  3. 1 point
    Dotun

    Request a Quote Plugin for WooCommerce

    Thanks...we will do that and revert...Many thanks
  4. 1 point
    Dotun

    Request a Quote Plugin for WooCommerce

    https://www.techie9ja.com/request-a-quote/.....thanks
  5. 1 point
    Dotun

    Request a Quote Plugin for WooCommerce

    Hi, I am using this plugin for my site and it is great. Thanks. However I need to format the text that the user will type in the request box. Currently it is grayed out but I need it to be black and bold so that the user can see what they are typing. Also I need the increase the font size of the categories I created in the textbox. How can I achieve this? Thanks
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    With the addition of the menu manager in IP.Board 4.x updating your menu navigation bar has become a breeze. One thing they still have not included however, is the ability to set custom fontawesome icons on them. The standard IP.Board modules already have good icons set, but if you add external links or install a marketplace application the associated icon doesn't always make sense. Some don't have one set at all and you're left with the default page icon. Here's the easiest way to update them using CSS that won't get overridden next time you update your theme. 1. Login to your adminCP and head to your theme settings. Click the button to "Edit HTML and CSS". 2. Once there navigate to the CSS tab and then open the custom.css file. This is where you will put your new CSS code. 3. You need to find the identifier of your icon to change, so open up your board index and right click on the icon and select "Inspect Element". You are looking for the parent of your link that is a unique identifier such as a CSS ID. Mine for example you will see is "elNavSecondary_17". Copy that text and jump back over to your adminCP area. 4. Take a look at fontawesome's website to find the new icon you'd like to use. Make sure to fine the "Unicode" as we'll need that. 5. Now you just need to add the final CSS into your adminCP and you're all set. Make sure to save! /* Place your custom css code in this file */ .ipsNavBar_primary #elNavSecondary_17 a:before{ content: "\f0e6"; }
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