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  • #20714

    Hi again,

    Is it possible to make the price size slightly bigger and change the colour of the sale prices from red to green?

    Thanks

    #108780

    Well I was going to give you some code, but this would change the normal prices, and then I re-read your post saying it is for sale items!! (thats what you get for not reading the full question!!)

    This code would change the normal prices (add it to your custom.css file)

    .price .amount {

    color: #339933;

    font-size: 150% !important;

    font-weight: normal !important;

    }

    Edit to your needs

    This would change the sale prices (Add to custom.css)

    #top div .price ins {

    color: inherit;

    font-size: 14px!important;

    }

    #108781

    a point to note this may affect ALL your shop prices throughout your site

    #108782

    Hi,

    Woocommerce doesn’t differentiate price between normal and on sale. It maybe is possible to do by recoding a portion of one of the plugin files.

    However there is some extra css I found in there that will display an on-sale badge to differentiate sale price items. You can add this to your custom.css or to quick css located in Flashlight > Theme Options > Styling … text area at bottom of the page

    #top .onsale {
    display: initial !important;

    }

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #108783

    On my product pages, I am getting a seconday price on the item main heading line. Is there a fix to get rid of the secondary price?

    Below is a link to the product:

    http://tosigns.com/product/business-card

    #108784

    Here is an update to link as the above mentioned link has changed.

    http://tosigns.com/product/special_16pt-uv-color-sides

    #108785

    FIXED thanks DUDE

    #108786

    Hey!

    Glad that you solved the issue :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

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