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Review posted by hhockx on at

A small 'How-to' text would help the 'non-coding' user

== added text ==
Thanks for your quick reply. It works like a charm now. The only thing I can add -for non coders- to your response is that the block only needs the name of the style (my_style will work, .my_style doesn't. Five stars now for this very usefull block!

I see the potential of this block. It is probably the solution for a problem that I can't tackle until now. But I do need some extra information / example on how to get this working i.e.

I can enter the name of a style in the Wrap Anything opening block but I don't know where the style itself should be placed to get it to work... (full 5 star rating will be there as soon as know how to make this work ;-))
Response by companyou on at
Hey hhockx,

To style the block you can either add the styles to your less files in the appriopriate Theme.
Or you can use the block design function in Concrete5 itself.
You can read more about that feature here:

I hope this answers your question. If not, feel free to eloborate.

Review posted by yfsneals on at

Does the job. Highly useful.

Once you read the directions and follow them, it's a cinch to apply.Users should keep in mind they won't see the results until after they publish the newly wrapped block. I found myself writing CSS styles specifically for the wrapper. Two things that might come in handy: 1) a way to enter CSS (not the name of the style) in the wrapper start block; 2) a dropdown that shows available styles. I'll keep using it nonetheless. Can't beat the price! Thanks for sharing it.
Review posted by tallacman on at

Perfect compliment to Block Designer

Simple. Powerful. Makes it easy to put a wrapper around content.
Response by companyou on at
Thank you for the kind review.

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