I currently have BD with paypal installed, at present I wish to bill manually
To achieve this I have my fee plans set to £0.00 which prevents an automatic paypal transaction being generated
One problem is that when a user creates a new listing it displays the fee plan as “free” which is confusing as my help instructions says that I will bill them manually.
Is there anyway that I can changed the fee plan text display to show “manual billing”
Thanks I have put an explanation in fee plan name but when a user creates a listing at the 2nd step they are given a list of different plans and have to click a box to select one. I my case next to each box there is the word “free”, I assume that somewhere in the code BD recognises the £0.00 fee and inserts that it is free.
What I would like to do is to get into the code to change this wording
One thing you can try is to use some custom CSS to mask the FREE label. Here is an article about how to use custom CSS with Business Directory in a way that doesn’t get overwritten on upgrade of BD:
If you wish to make changes directly in the plugin then you can start looking from these files:
Note: Any changes that you make in the plugin directory itself (under templates) will be overwritten on upgrade. So you need to keep a backup and upgrade knowing this will happen. This is a WordPress plugin upgrade mechanism causing this behavior and unfortunately, this is not something we can stop.
I have identified the css file that is being used (its in my wp themes) I have copied to a custom css file as described, but when I amend this css it is applied to all applicable items on my pages, my knowledge of css is very limited, is there any way can get the custom css to a single element ie.
#wpbdp-listing-form-fees div div div label span.wdbdp-plan-price-amount
You can exactly target BD fields using unique classes and IDs. This is visible in the CSS right now and can be changed/overridden using custom CSS. If you are seeing the class in Firebug, you can get the current style being applied to that element directly on the lower right hand side box. That’s what you should put into the custom CSS to override. Hunting for the origin may not work because styles get combined and overridden all the time, so seeing what Firebug shows as the “final style” is the way to go.
If you need help with CSS selectors, please see the details here:
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