Url "a" tag, link

Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 18 June 2017

I know it is maybe not so big work for your developers. Can you give us one new "display" option for links ?

So we can chose display: block for links. This way we coud make easy all containers, blocks, CMS Control clickable, not only link text.

Small option but would mean a lot.

Mores Styles - Link - Paragraph Options, somewhere under padding options.

I know it is maybe not so big work for your developers. Can you give us one new "display" option for links ? So we can chose display: block for links. This way we coud make easy all containers, blocks, CMS Control clickable, not only link text. Small option but would mean a lot. Mores Styles - Link - Paragraph Options, somewhere under padding options.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 19 June 2017

Hi,

You want to make everything clickable? OK, we'll consider your suggestion, for now that can be done manually probably with any container.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, You want to make everything clickable? OK, we'll consider your suggestion, for now that can be done manually probably with any container. Sincerely, Hella
Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 19 June 2017

Hi
Yes Hella.

I mean not a big deal. In CSS part of Code control, or custom CSS file if any other block, you write something like this:
.bd-custom-block a {display: block;}
(dont remember now right name of class)

And it is all.
Just saying it is many, many, many steps when developing one webite. Option like this would make it more easy. :)

I remember I needed it many times before. When trying to imitate Bootstrap buttons in Code controls (when own PHP code is needed and standard Button options dont allow it). Real mental acrobatic. And we have other blocks and containers that can be designed/styled exactly as Bootstrap buttons. Themler already allows us to do it with all other options.

Hi Yes Hella. I mean not a big deal. In CSS part of Code control, or custom CSS file if any other block, you write something like this: **.bd-custom-block a {display: block;}** (dont remember now right name of class) And it is all. Just saying it is many, many, many steps when developing one webite. Option like this would make it more easy. :) I remember I needed it many times before. When trying to imitate Bootstrap buttons in Code controls (when own PHP code is needed and standard Button options dont allow it). Real mental acrobatic. And we have other blocks and containers that can be designed/styled exactly as Bootstrap buttons. Themler already allows us to do it with all other options.

Last edited 19 June 2017 by Stagger Lee

Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 19 June 2017

i often do it with Bootstrap "List Group" ans "Panels" (whole clickable), manual code.
But, you know. Bootstrap has some very hard rules regarding them, and some default styling is applied, you cannot change and avoid.

i often do it with Bootstrap "List Group" ans "Panels" (whole clickable), manual code. But, you know. Bootstrap has some very hard rules regarding them, and some default styling is applied, you cannot change and avoid.

Last edited 19 June 2017 by Stagger Lee

Support Team
Support Team posted this 19 June 2017

Hi,

Maybe I'm missing something, but for each control you can set the display option to block in the right panel.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Maybe I'm missing something, but for each control you can set the display option to block in the right panel. Sincerely, Hella
Stagger Lee
1803 Posts
Stagger Lee posted this 19 June 2017

I know. Tried and doesnt apply to links inside. Link is still only clickable on text width and height, not whole block.

I know. Tried and doesnt apply to links inside. Link is still only clickable on text width and height, not whole block.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 19 June 2017

Thanks. I see now. The suggestion is in our wish list.

Sincerely,
Hella

Thanks. I see now. The suggestion is in our wish list. Sincerely, Hella
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