I just purchased $25 in CSS Upgrades to customize my site… However, I don’t know where I can go to find how many credits I have, or better way to put it – How do I see that they have been applied to my account?
If you go into your Dashboard > Presentation > Edit CSS you will see a “Save Stylesheet” button under the code box if you have the css upgrade. Previously you would have had only the “Preview” button.
The listings of your upgrades can be found on the Upgrade page. Dashboard -> Upgrades -> The bottom half of the page. Do note that upgrades are blog specific. If you’re missing something, send in a feedback via the feedback link on your dashboard. Please be sure to include the paypal details.
I thought the css upgrade was only $15 for one blog for one year so I’m puzzled by the $25 figure the OP provided.
I was wondering that as well actually.
The other $10 might reflect:
– domain mapping purchased (but not yet used?)
– 10 unallocated credits
– a typo, understandable that the 2 key is next to the 1 key
Oh no. We don’t have typos around here! :)
@andrew and drmike
*chuckle* Thank goodness we have the “edit” function on the forum so I can correct mine. :)
Well the funny thing is, I bought $15 worth of credits last October/November and never used them. They are supposed to be good for 1 year, but I didn’t see any credits when I looked today, so I bought more….. On the Upgrades page in the far right it says O.OO Credits. Now, I’ve bought $25 more from the Upgrades –> Gifts and I went through paypal and everything. The payment was accepted and all and on that page it say 0.00 credits as well. I have the email confirm/transaction ID of the payment, etc.
I just noted now that on the style sheet edit CSS page, it does say Save Stylesheet like RyannJenni said. Is this all I need to know?
I’m just curious as to how I find where I can see how many credits I actually have left. Maybe I’m just confusing myself…
how I find where I can see how many credits I actually have left
I believe you should send a feedback to Staff including copies of your receipts for both of the payments and request staff assistance. This is because volunteers on the forum do not have access to that kind of information, only staff does.
Gotchya! Thanks Timethief, and everyone else.. I did send a comment to the staff… so, I’ll just see wait and see what they say.
Agreed. None of us have backend access so we can’t check to see what is occuring in your account.
wordpress developer please release css edit on weblogs…
free price is best choice :)
And in English that would be???
wordpress developer please release css edit on weblogs
You can customize the css on your blog right now. But you cannot edit the underlying template as this is a multi-user blogging platform and editing one blog would change every blog with the same theme. The price is $15 per year per blog and this not likely to ever become a free service.
Css customization is not recommended for those who lack experience with it but if you feel you are up to the challenge of customizing a theme then these link, link, link will be helpful. There are also css resources that you can access listed in the FAQs blog.
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