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Style [Solved] Restricting the filling of CSS Input fields. ( disabled )

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ZiT3K
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Hi!

In the two fields below, how can I use CSS to make it visible, but not writeable?

Thank you in advance for your help!

 

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Sofy
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Hi,

You can use the CSS codes below:

.wpf-field-name-user_nicename input {pointer-events: none;}
.wpf-field.wpf-field-type-tinymce.wpf-field-name-about {pointer-events: none;}

 

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ZiT3K
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@sofy 

hello, thank you, but it doesn't work for the signature part, it doesn't work there yet, I can still rewrite that.

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VereK
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@zit3k 

Try

#mceu_25 {pointer-events: none;}
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ZiT3K
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@verek
Not good yet, unfortunately. :/

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VereK
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@zit3k 

Are putting the CSS into the correct place?

Namely, Dashboard-wpForo-settings-colours & styles

And then flushing all caches including wpForo

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ZiT3K
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@verek
yes, because the first part of the previous code, which refers to the nickname, works

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VereK
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@zit3k 

I tested that CSS code here and on my dev site and worked to prevent any new input into the signature field so I am not sure why it's not working for you.

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ZiT3K
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@verek 

I checked a little more, it works with the #mceu_26 ID.

Thanks for the help!

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