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    Hi there,

    We’re trying to find the best way to provide a custom id / class to attribute to certain placements of a plugin we’re using on the site. In some instances, we’re looking to have the width fixed at 200 width, thus we’re looking to create a custom id for those placements that would instruct:

    div.srp-widget-singlepost {
    width: 200px;

    In other places, we’re looking to have the code have no limit on the width, or be defined by a different limit. However, any attempt to assign a custom id hasn’t been successful. The code we use on the page for this plugin is exemplified like this:

    [srp widget_title=”All Broadway Shows” widget_title_link=”” widget_title_hide=”yes” thumbnail_width=”200″ thumbnail_height=”116″ post_random=”yes” post_type=”page” post_title=”no” post_title_above_thumb=”yes” post_limit=”50″ post_order=”alphab” post_content_mode=”titleonly” post_date=”no” post_category_prefix=”Category: Spotlight” category_include=”504″ layout_mode=”multi_column” layout_num_cols=”3″]

    Can you advise the best way to define these separate IDS under the custom css sheet? (we’re a bit lost in the best way to successfully code this).


    Sample pages – (the Broadway directory on the right 2/3 would be limited to 200 width for the titles; however the news items on the homepage would not be limited, as both are the same plugin).


    Hi broadwaysbestshows!

    What is the plugin you’re using? We don’t usually give support for third party plugins. Please contact the plugin author.


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