- slrossAsked on May 06, 2014 at 10:09 AM
Is it possible to alter the dimension of the image radio buttons so that they can be rectangular in shape ? I see that you can input the size in pixels but it is always a square shape with rounded edges. Also is it possible to have a second image displayed once the radio image button has been selected instead of the first image with a blue border around it ? Your help on this is appreciated.
- CarinaAnswered on May 06, 2014 at 12:08 PM
Unfortunately for now it is still not possible to inject custom css code to our widgets.
I forwarded this request to our developers so they can take into consideration a future implementation.
When they have an update on this issue they will contact you through this thread.
- MacLucAnswered on May 08, 2014 at 07:08 AM
I've updated widget, making image sizes more flexible - instead of setting one size, you can now specify different size (also different width and height) for every single image.
E.g. "120:150, 100, 120:100" will give the first image 120px of width and 150px of height, the second one would be square of 100px size and the third would be 120*100px. If there are more images than sizes defined, then the last size would also affect all later images - e.g. if you define 3 sizes and 5 images, then the 4th and 5th image would get the same size as the 3rd one.
I hope the widget will be much more usable now.
About displaying different image instead of blue border on selection - I'm afraid it would be too complicated for now, but will consider implementing it in the future.