Kiwi Social Share – Social Media Share Buttons & Icons - Version 2.0.7

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  1. LICENSE +338 -338
  2. assets/css/admin.css +2212 -2201
  3. assets/css/admin.min.css +1 -1
  4. assets/css/frontend.css +411 -406
  5. assets/css/frontend.min.css +1 -1
  6. assets/css/index.php +2 -2
  7. assets/img/index.php +2 -2
  8. assets/index.php +2 -2
  9. assets/js/KiwiClickToTweet.js +140 -140
  10. assets/js/KiwiClickToTweet.min.js +1 -1
  11. assets/js/admin.js +16 -16
  12. assets/js/frontend.js +9 -9
  13. assets/js/index.php +2 -2
  14. assets/js/kiwi.js +742 -742
  15. assets/js/kiwi.min.js +1 -1
  16. assets/vendors/index.php +2 -2
  17. changelog.txt +21 -16
  18. includes/backend/index.php +2 -2
  19. includes/backend/kiwi-social-share-backend.php +67 -67
  20. includes/backend/parts/epsilon-tabs.php +35 -35
  21. includes/backend/parts/index.php +1 -1
  22. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-modal-popup.php +93 -93
  23. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-networks-ordering.php +56 -56
  24. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-tab-advanced.php +291 -291
  25. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-tab-article-bar.php +258 -258
  26. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-tab-floating-bar.php +164 -164
  27. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-tab-networks.php +187 -187
  28. includes/backend/parts/kiwi-tab-social-identity.php +28 -28
  29. includes/class-kiwi-social-share-autoloader.php +88 -88
  30. includes/class-kiwi-social-share.php +358 -352
  31. includes/frontend/social-bars/class-kiwi-social-share-view-article-bar.php +149 -142
  32. includes/frontend/social-bars/class-kiwi-social-share-view-floating-bar.php +123 -123
  33. includes/frontend/social-bars/class-kiwi-social-share-view-shortcode-bar.php +75 -75
  34. includes/frontend/social-bars/class-kiwi-social-share-view.php +123 -123
  35. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button-facebook.php +51 -51
  36. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button-google-plus.php +64 -64
  37. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button-linkedin.php +54 -54
  38. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button-pinterest.php +76 -76
  39. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button-twitter.php +63 -63
  40. includes/frontend/social-buttons/class-kiwi-social-share-social-button.php +146 -146
  41. includes/index.php +2 -2
  42. includes/interface/class-kiwi-social-share-interface-frontend.php +24 -24
  43. includes/interface/class-kiwi-social-share-interface-social.php +46 -46
  44. includes/lib/class-epsilon-plugin-request.php +225 -0
  45. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-click-to-tweet.php +127 -127
  46. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-feedback.php +252 -0
  47. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-frontend.php +162 -162
  48. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-highlight-share.php +122 -122
  49. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-importer.php +289 -289
  50. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-integration.php +185 -185
  51. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-metaboxes.php +131 -131
  52. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-sanitizers.php +210 -210
  53. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-settings.php +245 -245
  54. includes/lib/class-kiwi-social-share-shortcodes.php +229 -229
  55. includes/lib/cmb2/bootstrap.php +77 -77
  56. includes/lib/cmb2/css/sass/cmb2-display.css +29 -29
  57. includes/lib/cmb2/css/sass/cmb2-front.css +983 -983
  58. includes/lib/cmb2/css/sass/cmb2.css +943 -943
  59. includes/lib/cmb2/init.php +193 -193
  60. includes/lib/helpers/class-kiwi-social-share-helper.php +428 -428
  61. index.php +2 -2
  62. kiwi-social-share.php +49 -49
  63. languages/index.php +2 -2
  64. languages/kiwi-social-share.pot +79 -12
  65. readme.txt +141 -120
  66. uninstall.php +11 -11
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- transition: max-width .2s, margin .2s;
260
- overflow: hidden;
261
- margin-right: 5px;
262
- display: inline-block;
263
- padding: 0 5px;
264
- }
265
-
266
- .sl-kiwi-dragdrop li.ui-sortable-helper a {
267
- transition: box-shadow .3s;
268
- -webkit-box-shadow: 6px 10px 10px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
269
- -moz-box-shadow: 6px 10px 10px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
270
- box-shadow: 6px 10px 10px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
271
- }
272
-
273
- .sl-kiwi-dragdrop li a:hover {
274
- text-decoration: none;
275
- }
276
-
277
- .sl-kiwi-dragdrop li a {
278
- display: block;
279
- height: 30px;
280
- line-height: 30px;
281
- padding: 0 5px;
282
- min-width: 90px;
283
- transition: all .3s;
284
- }
285
-
286
- .sl-kiwi-networks {
287
- margin-bottom: 40px;
288
- position: relative;
289
- }
290
- .sl-kiwi-networks .epsilon-ui-locked {
291
- position: absolute;
292
- right: -15px;
293
- width: 35px;
294
- height: 35px;
295
- line-height: 35px;
296
- top: 12px;
297
- text-align: center;
298
- }
299
-
300
- ul[data-style="fit"] {
301
- display: table;
302
- width: 100%;
303
- }
304
- ul[data-style="fit"] li {
305
- display: table-cell;
306
- padding: 0;
307
- overflow: initial;
308
- }
309
- ul[data-style="fit"].leaf a {
310
- width: 100%;
311
- }
312
- ul[data-style="fit"].leaf li:last-of-type a {
313
- width: 100%;
314
- }
315
- ul[data-style="fit"].pill {
316
- flex-wrap: nowrap;
317
- display: flex;
318
- margin-left: 20px;
319
- width: auto;
320
- }
321
- ul[data-style="fit"].pill .sl-kiwi-item-add {
322
- margin: 0;
323
- flex: 1;
324
- }
325
- ul[data-style="fit"].pill .sl-kiwi-item-add a {
326
- padding: 0;
327
- display: block;
328
- width: 100%;
329
- padding-left: 26px;
330
- margin-left: -26px;
331
- }
332
- ul[data-style="fit"].pill .sl-kiwi-item-add span {
333
- margin-right: 26px;
334
- }
335
-
336
- .sl-kiwi-tab-socialIdentity label, .sl-kiwi-tab-registration label {
337
- display: block;
338
- color: #808080;
339
- margin-bottom: 5px;
340
- }
341
- .sl-kiwi-tab-socialIdentity input[type="text"], .sl-kiwi-tab-registration input[type="text"] {
342
- padding: 5px;
343
- margin-bottom: 15px;
344
- }
345
- .sl-kiwi-tab-socialIdentity .kiwi-registration-action, .sl-kiwi-tab-registration .kiwi-registration-action {
346
- height: 30px;
347
- }
348
-
349
- [class*="sl-kiwi-tab-"] h2 {
350
- font-size: 22px;
351
- color: #585858;
352
- font-weight: 300;
353
- height: 50px;
354
- }
355
-
356
- .sl-kiwi-networks h2 > span {
357
- width: 65%;
358
- display: block;
359
- float: left;
360
- background: transparent;
361
- }
362
-
363
- .sl-kiwi-networks h2 span + span {
364
- width: 17.5%;
365
- display: block;
366
- float: left;
367
- background: transparent;
368
- text-align: center;
369
- font-size: 14px;
370
- color: #959696;
371
- }
372
-
373
- .sl-kiwi-networks em {
374
- font-style: normal;
375
- }
376
-
377
- .sl-kiwi-networks ul {
378
- border-top: 1px solid #F5F5F5;
379
- padding: 0;
380
- margin: 0 10px;
381
- }
382
-
383
- .sl-kiwi-networks li {
384
- height: 39px;
385
- border-bottom: 1px solid #F5F5F5;
386
- list-style-type: none;
387
- line-height: 35px;
388
- padding-left: 20px;
389
- position: relative;
390
- margin-bottom: 0;
391
- }
392
-
393
- .sl-kiwi-networks li:hover {
394
- background: #FBFBFB;
395
- }
396
-
397
- .sl-kiwi-networks li > span {
398
- width: 65%;
399
- display: block;
400
- float: left;
401
- background: transparent;
402
- color: #555555;
403
- font-size: 13px;
404
- }
405
-
406
- .sl-kiwi-networks li span + span {
407
- width: 17.5%;
408
- background: transparent;
409
- text-align: center;
410
- }
411
-
412
- .sl-kiwi-networks span > strong {
413
- height: 24px;
414
- width: 24px;
415
- display: inline-block;
416
- vertical-align: middle;
417
- line-height: 24px;
418
- text-align: center;
419
- border-radius: 2px;
420
- margin-right: 5px;
421
- background: #D4D4D4;
422
- }
423
-
424
- .sl-kiwi-networks span > strong i {
425
- font-size: 16px;
426
- line-height: 24px;
427
- }
428
-
429
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles {
430
- /*background:#FBFBFB;*/
431
- }
432
-
433
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles h2 span + span {
434
- width: 16%;
435
- }
436
-
437
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles h2 span:nth-last-of-type(-n+3) + span:nth-last-of-type(-n+3),
438
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles h2 span:nth-last-of-type(-n+2) + span:nth-last-of-type(-n+2) {
439
- width: 8%;
440
- }
441
-
442
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles h2 strong.goleft {
443
- position: relative;
444
- right: 5px;
445
- }
446
-
447
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles h2 > span {
448
- width: 20%;
449
- text-align: left;
450
- }
451
-
452
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles li span + span {
453
- width: 16%;
454
- text-align: left;
455
- }
456
-
457
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles li span:nth-last-of-type(-n+3) + span:nth-last-of-type(-n+3),
458
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles li span:nth-last-of-type(-n+2) + span:nth-last-of-type(-n+2) {
459
- width: 8%;
460
- }
461
-
462
- .sl-kiwi-networks.kiwi-styles li > span {
463
- width: 20%;
464
- }
465
-
466
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-twitter {
467
- background: #4EAEF8;
468
- color: #fff;
469
- }
470
-
471
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-whatsapp {
472
- background: #0DC143;
473
- color: #fff;
474
- }
475
-
476
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-telegram {
477
- background: #179CDE;
478
- color: #fff;
479
- }
480
-
481
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-skype {
482
- background: #009EE5;
483
- color: #fff;
484
- }
485
-
486
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-youtube-play, #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-youtube {
487
- background: #E62117;
488
- color: #fff;
489
- }
490
-
491
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-facebook {
492
- background: #3B5998;
493
- color: #fff;
494
- }
495
-
496
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-google-plus {
497
- background: #DB4437;
498
- color: #fff;
499
- }
500
-
501
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-pinterest {
502
- background: #BD081C;
503
- color: #fff;
504
- }
505
-
506
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-linkedin {
507
- background: #1A85BC;
508
- color: #fff;
509
- }
510
-
511
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-reddit {
512
- background: #FF4500;
513
- color: #fff;
514
- }
515
-
516
- #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-envelope, #sl-kiwi .kiwi-nw-email {
517
- background: #4D9159;
518
- color: #fff;
519
- }
520
-
521
- .sl-kiwi-opt-group {
522
- min-height: 100px;
523
- background: transparent;
524
- padding: 30px 0;
525
- border-bottom: 1px solid #F5F5F5;
526
- }
527
- .sl-kiwi-opt-group:last-of-type {
528
- border-bottom: none;
529
- }
530
- .sl-kiwi-opt-group .bottom-color-option {
531
- clear: both;
532
- }
533
-
534
- .sl-kiwi-inner-opt {
535
- padding-left: 70px;
536
- }
537
-
538
- .sl-kiwi-opt-group .left {
539
- float: left;
540
- }
541
-
542
- .sl-kiwi-opt-group .right {
543
- float: right;
544
- }
545
-
546
- .sl-kiwi-opt-toggle {
547
- background: transparent;
548
- width: 70px;
549
- float: left;
550
- padding-top: 10px;
551
- }
552
-
553
- .sl-kiwi-opt-description {
554
- float: left;
555
- background: transparent;
556
- min-height: 60px;
557
- position: relative;
558
- }
559
-
560
- .sl-kiwi-opt-description h4 {
561
- font-size: 18px;
562
- margin: 0;
563
- line-height: 18px;
564
- }
565
-
566
- .sl-kiwi-opt-description h5 {
567
- font-size: 16px;
568
- margin: 0;
569
- line-height: 18px;
570
- }
571
-
572
- .sl-kiwi-opt-description p {
573
- font-size: 14px;
574
- margin: 0;
575
- }
576
-
577
- .epsilon-ui-locked {
578
- display: inline-block;
579
- border-radius: 10px;
580
- width: 20px;
581
- height: 20px;
582
- cursor: pointer;
583
- vertical-align: middle;
584
- }
585
-
586
- .epsilon-ui-locked i {
587
- font-size: 12px;
588
- color: #fff;
589
- text-shadow: 0 0 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2);
590
- line-height: 16px;
591
- background: #F05A25;
592
- cursor: pointer;
593
- }
594
-
595
- .epsilon-ui-locked i.dashicons, .dashicons-before::before {
596
- width: 17px;
597
- height: 17px;
598
- border-radius: 10px;
599
- text-align: center;
600
- vertical-align: top;
601
- }
602
-
603
- .sl-kiwi-opt-space-sm {
604
- padding-top: 15px;
605
- }
606
-
607
- .clearfix:after {
608
- clear: both;
609
- content: ".";
610
- display: block;
611
- height: 0;
612
- line-height: 0;
613
- visibility: hidden;
614
- }
615
-
616
- .kiwi-modal {
617
- position: fixed;
618
- top: 0;
619
- right: 0;
620
- left: 0;
621
- bottom: 0;
622
- z-index: 1050;
623
- display: none;
624
- overflow: hidden;
625
- -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;
626
- outline: 0;
627
- background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.7);
628
- }
629
- .kiwi-modal .close-modal {
630
- width: 25px;
631
- height: 25px;
632
- color: #FF3424;
633
- position: absolute;
634
- text-align: center;
635
- line-height: 25px;
636
- font-size: 17px;
637
- right: 7px;
638
- top: 7px;
639
- cursor: pointer;
640
- }
641
- .kiwi-modal .kiwi-modal-content {
642
- position: relative;
643
- width: 900px;
644
- -webkit-border-radius: 10px;
645
- -moz-border-radius: 10px;
646
- border-radius: 10px;
647
- background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(bottom, #fff 25%, #f2f3f4 90%);
648
- background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(bottom, #fff 25%, #f2f3f4 90%);
649
- background-image: -o-linear-gradient(bottom, #fff 25%, #f2f3f4 90%);
650
- background-image: -ms-linear-gradient(bottom, #fff 25%, #f2f3f4 90%);
651
- background-image: linear-gradient(to top, #fff 25%, #f2f3f4 90%);
652
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 15px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
653
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 15px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
654
- box-shadow: 0 0 15px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
655
- margin: 8% auto;
656
- }
657
- .kiwi-modal.fade {
658
- opacity: 0;
659
- -webkit-transition: opacity .15s linear;
660
- -o-transition: opacity .15s linear;
661
- transition: opacity .15s linear;
662
- }
663
- .kiwi-modal.fade .kiwi-modal-content {
664
- -webkit-transition: -webkit-transform .3s ease-out;
665
- -o-transition: -o-transform .3s ease-out;
666
- transition: transform .3s ease-out;
667
- -webkit-transform: translate(0, -25%);
668
- -ms-transform: translate(0, -25%);
669
- -o-transform: translate(0, -25%);
670
- transform: translate(0, -25%);
671
- }
672
- .kiwi-modal.fade.in {
673
- opacity: 1;
674
- }
675
- .kiwi-modal.fade.in .kiwi-modal-content {
676
- -webkit-transform: translate(0, 0);
677
- -ms-transform: translate(0, 0);
678
- -o-transform: translate(0, 0);
679
- transform: translate(0, 0);
680
- }
681
- .kiwi-modal #page-two {
682
- display: none;
683
- }
684
- .kiwi-modal .button-modal {
685
- width: 100%;
686
- height: 45px;
687
- -webkit-border-radius: 22px 23px 23px 22px/22px 22px 23px 23px;
688
- -moz-border-radius: 22px 23px 23px 22px/22px 22px 23px 23px;
689
- border-radius: 22px 23px 23px 22px/22px 22px 23px 23px;
690
- background-color: #ff3d2e;
691
- color: #fff;
692
- display: inline-block;
693
- line-height: 45px;
694
- margin: 30px auto;
695
- text-align: center;
696
- }
697
- .kiwi-modal .button-modal:hover, .kiwi-modal .button-modal:focus {
698
- text-decoration: none;
699
- color: #fff;
700
- background-color: #ff3424;
701
- }
702
- .kiwi-modal .modal-header {
703
- padding-top: 40px;
704
- padding-bottom: 40px;
705
- text-align: center;
706
- background-image: url("../img/back-wavy.png");
707
- background-size: cover;
708
- background-position: center;
709
- -webkit-border-top-left-radius: 10px;
710
- -moz-border-top-left-radius: 10px;
711
- border-top-left-radius: 10px;
712
- -webkit-border-top-right-radius: 10px;
713
- -moz-border-top-right-radius: 10px;
714
- border-top-right-radius: 10px;
715
- }
716
- .kiwi-modal .modal-header .modal-header-content {
717
- width: 475px;
718
- margin: 0 auto;
719
- }
720
- .kiwi-modal .modal-title {
721
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
722
- font-size: 28px;
723
- font-weight: 800;
724
- color: #333;
725
- }
726
- .kiwi-modal .modal-subtitle {
727
- font-family: "Open Sans";
728
- font-size: 14px;
729
- color: #8c8c8c;
730
- }
731
- .kiwi-modal .price-box {
732
- margin-top: 40px;
733
- }
734
- .kiwi-modal .price-box .price {
735
- font-family: "Open Sans";
736
- font-weight: bold;
737
- color: #333;
738
- font-size: 60px;
739
- display: block;
740
- }
741
- .kiwi-modal .price-box .price .currency {
742
- font-size: 45px;
743
- }
744
- .kiwi-modal .price-box .price small {
745
- font-size: 15px;
746
- }
747
- .kiwi-modal .price-box .button-modal {
748
- width: 150px;
749
- }
750
- .kiwi-modal .modal-footer {
751
- margin: 0 auto;
752
- margin-top: 60px;
753
- padding-bottom: 60px;
754
- width: 475px;
755
- }
756
- .kiwi-modal .modal-footer a {
757
- color: #639fb1;
758
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
759
- font-size: 14px;
760
- display: inline-block;
761
- margin-bottom: 15px;
762
- }
763
- .kiwi-modal .modal-footer .muted {
764
- font-size: 12px;
765
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
766
- color: #8c8c8c;
767
- }
768
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content {
769
- width: 310px;
770
- margin: 0 auto;
771
- }
772
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .radio-label {
773
- margin-top: 40px;
774
- display: block;
775
- color: #808080;
776
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
777
- }
778
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form > .ui-radio-inline {
779
- margin-top: 15px !important;
780
- }
781
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .clearfix {
782
- margin-top: 30px;
783
- }
784
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .clearfix .half {
785
- width: 50%;
786
- float: left;
787
- padding-right: 15px;
788
- box-sizing: border-box;
789
- }
790
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .clearfix .half:last-of-type {
791
- padding-left: 15px;
792
- padding-right: 0;
793
- }
794
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .clearfix input {
795
- width: 100%;
796
- height: 32px;
797
- -webkit-border-radius: 3px;
798
- -moz-border-radius: 3px;
799
- border-radius: 3px;
800
- border: none;
801
- background-color: #fff;
802
- -webkit-box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
803
- -moz-box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
804
- box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
805
- padding-left: 5px;
806
- margin-top: 5px;
807
- }
808
- .kiwi-modal .modal-content.form .clearfix label {
809
- display: block;
810
- color: #808080;
811
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
812
- }
813
-
814
- /* ==========================================================================
815
- =Epsilon Elements
816
- ========================================================================== */
817
- /* Epsilon - Tabs */
818
- .epsilon-ui-tabs {
819
- margin-top: -36px;
820
- overflow: hidden;
821
- position: relative;
822
- z-index: 10;
823
- }
824
-
825
- .epsilon-ui-tabs ul {
826
- height: 36px;
827
- margin-left: 30px;
828
- }
829
-
830
- .epsilon-ui-tabs li {
831
- height: 36px;
832
- margin-right: 2px;
833
- float: left;
834
- background: #E8E8E8;
835
- list-style-type: none;
836
- line-height: 36px;
837
- text-align: center;
838
- }
839
-
840
- .epsilon-ui-tabs li.selected {
841
- background: #fff;
842
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 -2px 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.02);
843
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 -2px 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.02);
844
- box-shadow: 0 -2px 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.02);
845
- }
846
-
847
- .epsilon-ui-tabs .selected a:hover {
848
- background: #fff;
849
- }
850
-
851
- .epsilon-ui-tabs a {
852
- display: block;
853
- line-height: 36px;
854
- color: #666666;
855
- padding: 0 10px;
856
- min-width: 80px;
857
- }
858
-
859
- .epsilon-ui-tabs i {
860
- vertical-align: middle;
861
- font-size: 16px;
862
- }
863
-
864
- .epsilon-ui-tabs a:hover {
865
- background: #D4D4D4;
866
- text-decoration: none;
867
- }
868
-
869
- .epsilon-ui-tabs a:focus {
870
- text-decoration: none;
871
- outline: 1px dashed #ccc;
872
- outline-offset: -4px;
873
- }
874
-
875
- /* Kiwi networks */
876
- .sl-kiwi-networks li span {
877
- line-height: 35px;
878
- }
879
-
880
- .sl-kiwi-networks li:hover .epsilon-ui-checkbox strong {
881
- border: 1px solid #8AB7C5;
882
- }
883
-
884
- .sl-kiwi-networks li:hover .epsilon-ui-checkbox input:checked ~ strong {
885
- border: 1px solid #448092;
886
- }
887
-
888
- .sl-kiwi-networks li:hover .epsilon-ui-checkbox input:focus ~ strong {
889
- border: 1px solid #448092;
890
- }
891
-
892
- .ui-inline strong {
893
- display: inline-block;
894
- }
895
-
896
- /* Epsilon UI - Checkbox */
897
- #sl-kiwi label.epsilon-ui-checkbox {
898
- background: transparent;
899
- display: block;
900
- position: relative;
901
- cursor: pointer;
902
- margin: 0 35px;
903
- max-width: none;
904
- }
905
-
906
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox.ui-checkbox-inline strong {
907
- display: inline-block;
908
- }
909
-
910
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-checkbox.ui-checkbox-inline {
911
- display: inline-block;
912
- margin-left: 0;
913
- }
914
-
915
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox input {
916
- position: absolute;
917
- z-index: -1;
918
- opacity: 0;
919
- left: 0;
920
- top: 0;
921
- }
922
-
923
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox input:focus ~ strong {
924
- border: 1px solid #448092;
925
- outline: 1px dashed #ccc;
926
- outline-offset: 2px;
927
- }
928
-
929
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox input:checked ~ strong {
930
- background: #fff;
931
- border: 1px solid #448092;
932
- -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
933
- -moz-box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
934
- box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
935
- }
936
-
937
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox input:disabled ~ strong {
938
- background: #1ABC9C;
939
- opacity: 0.6;
940
- pointer-events: none;
941
- }
942
-
943
- .epsilon-ui-checkbox strong {
944
- background: #fff;
945
- border: 1px solid #DDDDDD;
946
- display: block;
947
- margin: 11px auto auto auto;
948
- height: 16px;
949
- width: 16px;
950
- transition: all .15s;
951
- }
952
-
953
- /* Epsilon UI - Radio input */
954
- .epsilon-ui-radio strong {
955
- border-radius: 50%;
956
- }
957
-
958
- #sl-kiwi label.epsilon-ui-radio {
959
- display: block;
960
- position: relative;
961
- cursor: pointer;
962
- background: transparent;
963
- margin: 0 35px;
964
- max-width: none;
965
- font-weight: 400;
966
- color: #808080;
967
- }
968
-
969
- #sl-kiwi .sl-kiwi-tab-styles label.epsilon-ui-radio {
970
- margin: 0 60px 0 0;
971
- }
972
-
973
- .epsilon-ui-radio.ui-radio-inline strong {
974
- display: inline-block;
975
- margin-right: 5px;
976
- position: relative;
977
- top: 3px;
978
- }
979
-
980
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-radio.ui-radio-inline {
981
- display: inline-block;
982
- margin-left: 0;
983
- }
984
-
985
- .epsilon-ui-radio strong {
986
- display: block;
987
- margin: 11px auto auto auto;
988
- height: 16px;
989
- width: 16px;
990
- background: #fff;
991
- border: 1px solid #DDDDDD;
992
- transition: all .15s;
993
- }
994
-
995
- .epsilon-ui-radio input {
996
- position: absolute;
997
- z-index: -1;
998
- opacity: 0;
999
- left: 0;
1000
- top: 0;
1001
- }
1002
-
1003
- .epsilon-ui-radio input:focus ~ strong {
1004
- border: 1px solid #448092;
1005
- outline: 1px dashed #ccc;
1006
- outline-offset: 2px;
1007
- }
1008
-
1009
- .epsilon-ui-radio input:checked ~ strong {
1010
- background: #fff;
1011
- border: 1px solid #448092;
1012
- -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
1013
- -moz-box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
1014
- box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 0px 4px rgba(99, 159, 177, 0.75);
1015
- }
1016
-
1017
- .epsilon-ui-radio input:disabled ~ strong {
1018
- background: #1ABC9C;
1019
- opacity: 0.6;
1020
- pointer-events: none;
1021
- }
1022
-
1023
- /*
1024
- Epsilon UI - Checklist
1025
- */
1026
- .epsilon-ui-checklist {
1027
- position: relative;
1028
- overflow: hidden;
1029
- margin-top: 25px;
1030
- padding-top: 10px;
1031
- border-top: 1px solid #ECECEC;
1032
- background: #FCFCFC;
1033
- }
1034
-
1035
- .epsilon-ui-checklist:before {
1036
- position: absolute;
1037
- top: -2px;
1038
- left: 50px;
1039
- right: 50px;
1040
- height: 2px;
1041
- content: " ";
1042
- box-shadow: 0 -60px 30px 35px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.7);
1043
- z-index: 1;
1044
- }
1045
-
1046
- .epsilon-ui-checklist ul {
1047
- margin: 0;
1048
- list-style-type: none;
1049
- padding: 0 5px 25px 25px;
1050
- margin-top: 15px;
1051
- position: relative;
1052
- overflow: hidden;
1053
- }
1054
-
1055
- .epsilon-ui-checklist li {
1056
- margin-bottom: 1px;
1057
- height: 35px;
1058
- }
1059
-
1060
- .epsilon-ui-checklist li > span {
1061
- float: left;
1062
- width: 80%;
1063
- padding: 10px 0 0 0;
1064
- color: #808080;
1065
- }
1066
-
1067
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-checklist li .epsilon-ui-checkbox {
1068
- float: right;
1069
- width: 20%;
1070
- margin: 0;
1071
- }
1072
-
1073
- /*
1074
- Epsilon - UI Overlay
1075
- */
1076
- .epsilon-ui-overlay {
1077
- background: #fff;
1078
- position: absolute;
1079
- padding: 10px;
1080
- opacity: 0;
1081
- }
1082
-
1083
- .epsilon-ui-overlay.active {
1084
- top: -5px;
1085
- left: -5px;
1086
- bottom: -5px;
1087
- right: -5px;
1088
- opacity: .6;
1089
- }
1090
-
1091
- .epsilon-ui-overlay.active.networks {
1092
- right: 185px;
1093
- left: 200px;
1094
- top: 35px;
1095
- }
1096
-
1097
- /*
1098
- Epsilon - Color picker
1099
- */
1100
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color {
1101
- line-height: 14px;
1102
- background: transparent;
1103
- display: inline-block;
1104
- color: #D1D1D1;
1105
- }
1106
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container {
1107
- position: relative;
1108
- }
1109
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container .wp-picker-holder {
1110
- position: absolute;
1111
- z-index: 9999;
1112
- }
1113
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container .wp-color-picker {
1114
- height: 23px;
1115
- position: absolute;
1116
- top: 6px;
1117
- border: none;
1118
- color: #D1D1D1;
1119
- }
1120
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container .wp-picker-clear {
1121
- position: relative;
1122
- left: 66px;
1123
- top: 6px;
1124
- }
1125
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result {
1126
- background: transparent;
1127
- border: none;
1128
- -webkit-border-radius: 0;
1129
- border-radius: 0;
1130
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1131
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1132
- box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1133
- padding-left: 19px;
1134
- }
1135
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result:after {
1136
- background: transparent;
1137
- -webkit-border-radius: 0;
1138
- border-radius: 0;
1139
- content: '';
1140
- }
1141
-
1142
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .floating-bar-background {
1143
- width: 350px;
1144
- position: relative;
1145
- }
1146
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .floating-bar-background em {
1147
- position: absolute;
1148
- left: 44px;
1149
- top: 3px;
1150
- font-style: normal;
1151
- font-size: 13px;
1152
- }
1153
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container {
1154
- width: 350px;
1155
- }
1156
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result {
1157
- border: none;
1158
- }
1159
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result:after {
1160
- -webkit-border-radius: 0;
1161
- border-radius: 0;
1162
- content: '';
1163
- }
1164
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result:hover, #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-color-result:focus {
1165
- background: transparent;
1166
- border-color: transparent;
1167
- color: initial;
1168
- }
1169
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-color-picker {
1170
- z-index: 10;
1171
- height: 27px;
1172
- top: -3px;
1173
- }
1174
- #sl-kiwi .bottom-color-option .wp-picker-container .wp-picker-default {
1175
- z-index: 999;
1176
- left: 100px;
1177
- position: absolute;
1178
- }
1179
-
1180
- #sl-kiwi .epsilon-ui-color strong {
1181
- width: 30px;
1182
- height: 20px;
1183
- border-radius: 0;
1184
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1185
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1186
- box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.15);
1187
- }
1188
-
1189
- /*
1190
- Epsilon UI- Radio Image
1191
- */
1192
- .epsilon-ui-option {
1193
- position: relative;
1194
- }
1195
-
1196
- .epsilon-ui-option input {
1197
- position: absolute;
1198
- z-index: -1;
1199
- opacity: 0;
1200
- left: 0;
1201
- top: 0;
1202
- }
1203
-
1204
- .epsilon-ui-option label {
1205
- width: 100%;
1206
- cursor: pointer;
1207
- margin: 0;
1208
- }
1209
-
1210
- .epsilon-ui-option ul {
1211
- list-style-type: none;
1212
- height: 90px;
1213
- padding: 0;
1214
- margin: 0;
1215
- }
1216
-
1217
- .epsilon-ui-option li {
1218
- width: 80px;
1219
- height: 90px;
1220
- float: left;
1221
- background: #F7FAFB;
1222
- text-align: center;
1223
- margin-right: 1px;
1224
- }
1225
-
1226
- .epsilon-ui-option input + span {
1227
- background: #F7FAFB;
1228
- display: block;
1229
- padding: 14px 15px 0 15px;
1230
- height: 90px;
1231
- }
1232
-
1233
- .epsilon-ui-option span span {
1234
- text-transform: uppercase;
1235
- font-size: 10px;
1236
- display: block;
1237
- background: transparent;
1238
- height: 24px;
1239
- color: #969A9C;
1240
- border-top: 1px solid #fff;
1241
- line-height: 24px;
1242
- font-weight: normal;
1243
- margin: 15px -15px 0 -15px;
1244
- }
1245
-
1246
- .epsilon-ui-option strong {
1247
- position: relative;
1248
- transition: all .15s;
1249
- display: block;
1250
- border: 2px solid #CBCBCB;
1251
- border-radius: 2px;
1252
- width: 50px;
1253
- height: 39px;
1254
- background-color: #f1f1f1;
1255
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1256
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1257
- box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1258
- background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #fff, #f6f6f6);
1259
- background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #fff, #f6f6f6);
1260
- background-image: -o-linear-gradient(top, #fff, #f6f6f6);
1261
- background-image: -ms-linear-gradient(top, #fff, #f6f6f6);
1262
- background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, #fff, #f6f6f6);
1263
- }
1264
-
1265
- /*
1266
- .epsilon-ui-option input:checked + span > strong { border:2px solid #639FB1; }
1267
- */
1268
- .epsilon-ui-option input:focus + span {
1269
- outline: 1px dashed #ccc;
1270
- outline-offset: -4px;
1271
- }
1272
-
1273
- .epsilon-ui-option input:checked + span {
1274
- background: #E8F1F3;
1275
- }
1276
-
1277
- .epsilon-ui-option input:checked:focus + span {
1278
- background: #E8F1F3;
1279
- }
1280
-
1281
- .epsilon-ui-option input + span:hover {
1282
- background: #dbe9ec;
1283
- }
1284
-
1285
- .epsilon-ui-option input:checked:focus + span:hover {
1286
- background: #dbe9ec;
1287
- }
1288
-
1289
- .epsilon-ui-option input:checked + span > strong:before {
1290
- opacity: 1;
1291
- }
1292
-
1293
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span {
1294
- background: #FCFCFC;
1295
- opacity: .5;
1296
- }
1297
-
1298
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled:checked + span {
1299
- background: #F5F5F5;
1300
- border-color: #C4C4C4;
1301
- opacity: 1;
1302
- }
1303
-
1304
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-centered em,
1305
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-centered em + em:after,
1306
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-centered em + em:before,
1307
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-centered em:after,
1308
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-centered em:before {
1309
- background: #CECECE;
1310
- opacity: 1;
1311
- }
1312
-
1313
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posbottom em,
1314
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posbottom em + em:after,
1315
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posbottom em + em:before,
1316
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posbottom em:after,
1317
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posbottom em:before {
1318
- background: #CECECE;
1319
- opacity: 1;
1320
- }
1321
-
1322
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-postop em,
1323
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-postop em + em:after,
1324
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-postop em + em:before,
1325
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-postop em:after,
1326
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-postop em:before {
1327
- background: #CECECE;
1328
- opacity: 1;
1329
- }
1330
-
1331
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posboth em,
1332
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posboth em + em:after,
1333
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posboth em + em:before,
1334
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posboth em:after,
1335
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span .kiwi-ic-posboth em:before {
1336
- background: #CECECE;
1337
- opacity: 1;
1338
- }
1339
-
1340
- .epsilon-ui-option input:disabled + span > i > strong:before {
1341
- background: #CECECE;
1342
- }
1343
-
1344
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-left strong:before {
1345
- background: #E14D43;
1346
- opacity: .7;
1347
- content: ' ';
1348
- width: 6px;
1349
- height: 17px;
1350
- left: 0;
1351
- top: 9px;
1352
- display: block;
1353
- position: absolute;
1354
- }
1355
-
1356
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-right strong:before {
1357
- background: #E14D43;
1358
- opacity: .7;
1359
- content: ' ';
1360
- width: 6px;
1361
- height: 17px;
1362
- right: 0;
1363
- top: 9px;
1364
- display: block;
1365
- position: absolute;
1366
- }
1367
-
1368
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-bottom strong:before {
1369
- background: #E14D43;
1370
- opacity: .7;
1371
- content: ' ';
1372
- width: 16px;
1373
- height: 6px;
1374
- left: 15px;
1375
- bottom: 0px;
1376
- display: block;
1377
- position: absolute;
1378
- }
1379
-
1380
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-rect strong:before {
1381
- background: #E14D43;
1382
- opacity: .7;
1383
- content: ' ';
1384
- width: 30px;
1385
- height: 15px;
1386
- left: 8px;
1387
- top: 10px;
1388
- display: block;
1389
- position: absolute;
1390
- }
1391
-
1392
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-shift strong:before {
1393
- background: #E14D43;
1394
- opacity: .7;
1395
- content: ' ';
1396
- width: 30px;
1397
- height: 15px;
1398
- left: 8px;
1399
- top: 10px;
1400
- display: block;
1401
- position: absolute;
1402
- -ms-transform: skewX(-20deg);
1403
- -webkit-transform: skewX(-20deg);
1404
- transform: skewX(-20deg);
1405
- }
1406
-
1407
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-pill strong:before {
1408
- background: #E14D43;
1409
- opacity: .7;
1410
- content: ' ';
1411
- width: 30px;
1412
- height: 15px;
1413
- left: 8px;
1414
- top: 10px;
1415
- display: block;
1416
- position: absolute;
1417
- border-radius: 10px;
1418
- }
1419
-
1420
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-leaf strong:before {
1421
- background: #E14D43;
1422
- opacity: .7;
1423
- content: ' ';
1424
- width: 30px;
1425
- height: 15px;
1426
- left: 8px;
1427
- top: 10px;
1428
- display: block;
1429
- position: absolute;
1430
- border-radius: 6px 0 6px 0;
1431
- }
1432
-
1433
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong:before {
1434
- background: #CACACA;
1435
- opacity: .7;
1436
- content: ' ';
1437
- width: 14px;
1438
- height: 2px;
1439
- left: 6px;
1440
- top: 7px;
1441
- display: block;
1442
- position: absolute;
1443
- }
1444
-
1445
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em {
1446
- background: #CECECE;
1447
- opacity: .7;
1448
- width: 38px;
1449
- height: 11px;
1450
- left: 6px;
1451
- top: 13px;
1452
- display: block;
1453
- position: absolute;
1454
- }
1455
-
1456
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em:before {
1457
- background: #1F4091;
1458
- opacity: 1;
1459
- content: ' ';
1460
- width: 10px;
1461
- height: 5px;
1462
- left: 0;
1463
- top: 14px;
1464
- display: block;
1465
- position: absolute;
1466
- }
1467
-
1468
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em:after {
1469
- background: #00BFF3;
1470
- opacity: 1;
1471
- content: ' ';
1472
- width: 10px;
1473
- height: 5px;
1474
- left: 14px;
1475
- top: 14px;
1476
- display: block;
1477
- position: absolute;
1478
- }
1479
-
1480
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em + em {
1481
- background: transparent;
1482
- opacity: 1;
1483
- content: ' ';
1484
- width: 5px;
1485
- height: 15px;
1486
- left: 35px;
1487
- top: 13px;
1488
- display: block;
1489
- position: absolute;
1490
- }
1491
-
1492
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em + em:before {
1493
- background: #E03D1C;
1494
- opacity: 1;
1495
- content: ' ';
1496
- width: 10px;
1497
- height: 5px;
1498
- left: -1px;
1499
- top: 14px;
1500
- display: block;
1501
- position: absolute;
1502
- }
1503
-
1504
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-centered strong > em + em:after {
1505
- content: none;
1506
- }
1507
-
1508
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong:before {
1509
- background: #CACACA;
1510
- opacity: .7;
1511
- content: ' ';
1512
- width: 14px;
1513
- height: 2px;
1514
- left: 6px;
1515
- top: 7px;
1516
- display: block;
1517
- position: absolute;
1518
- }
1519
-
1520
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em {
1521
- background: #CECECE;
1522
- opacity: .7;
1523
- width: 38px;
1524
- height: 11px;
1525
- left: 6px;
1526
- top: 13px;
1527
- display: block;
1528
- position: absolute;
1529
- }
1530
-
1531
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em:before {
1532
- background: #1F4091;
1533
- opacity: 1;
1534
- content: ' ';
1535
- width: 13px;
1536
- height: 5px;
1537
- left: 0;
1538
- top: 14px;
1539
- display: block;
1540
- position: absolute;
1541
- }
1542
-
1543
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em:after {
1544
- background: #00BFF3;
1545
- opacity: 1;
1546
- content: ' ';
1547
- width: 13px;
1548
- height: 5px;
1549
- left: 13px;
1550
- top: 14px;
1551
- display: block;
1552
- position: absolute;
1553
- }
1554
-
1555
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em + em {
1556
- background: transparent;
1557
- opacity: 1;
1558
- content: ' ';
1559
- width: 5px;
1560
- height: 15px;
1561
- left: 35px;
1562
- top: 13px;
1563
- display: block;
1564
- position: absolute;
1565
- }
1566
-
1567
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em + em:before {
1568
- background: #E03D1C;
1569
- opacity: 1;
1570
- content: ' ';
1571
- width: 12px;
1572
- height: 5px;
1573
- left: -3px;
1574
- top: 14px;
1575
- display: block;
1576
- position: absolute;
1577
- }
1578
-
1579
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-filled strong > em + em:after {
1580
- content: none;
1581
- }
1582
-
1583
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong:before {
1584
- background: #CACACA;
1585
- opacity: .7;
1586
- content: ' ';
1587
- width: 14px;
1588
- height: 2px;
1589
- left: 6px;
1590
- top: 7px;
1591
- display: block;
1592
- position: absolute;
1593
- }
1594
-
1595
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em {
1596
- background: #CECECE;
1597
- opacity: .7;
1598
- width: 27px;
1599
- height: 11px;
1600
- left: 6px;
1601
- top: 13px;
1602
- display: block;
1603
- position: absolute;
1604
- }
1605
-
1606
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em:before {
1607
- background: #1F4091;
1608
- opacity: 1;
1609
- content: ' ';
1610
- width: 6px;
1611
- height: 2px;
1612
- left: 0;
1613
- top: 13px;
1614
- display: block;
1615
- position: absolute;
1616
- }
1617
-
1618
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em:after {
1619
- background: #00BFF3;
1620
- opacity: 1;
1621
- content: ' ';
1622
- width: 6px;
1623
- height: 2px;
1624
- left: 7px;
1625
- top: 13px;
1626
- display: block;
1627
- position: absolute;
1628
- }
1629
-
1630
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em + em {
1631
- background: #CECECE;
1632
- opacity: 1;
1633
- content: ' ';
1634
- width: 5px;
1635
- height: 15px;
1636
- left: 35px;
1637
- top: 13px;
1638
- display: block;
1639
- position: absolute;
1640
- }
1641
-
1642
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em + em:before {
1643
- background: #E03D1C;
1644
- opacity: 1;
1645
- content: ' ';
1646
- width: 6px;
1647
- height: 2px;
1648
- left: -15px;
1649
- top: 13px;
1650
- display: block;
1651
- position: absolute;
1652
- }
1653
-
1654
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posbottom strong > em + em:after {
1655
- background: #81B636;
1656
- opacity: 1;
1657
- content: ' ';
1658
- width: 6px;
1659
- height: 2px;
1660
- left: -8px;
1661
- top: 13px;
1662
- display: block;
1663
- position: absolute;
1664
- }
1665
-
1666
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong:before {
1667
- background: #CACACA;
1668
- opacity: .7;
1669
- content: ' ';
1670
- width: 14px;
1671
- height: 2px;
1672
- left: 6px;
1673
- top: 7px;
1674
- display: block;
1675
- position: absolute;
1676
- }
1677
-
1678
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em {
1679
- background: #CECECE;
1680
- opacity: .7;
1681
- width: 27px;
1682
- height: 7px;
1683
- left: 6px;
1684
- top: 17px;
1685
- display: block;
1686
- position: absolute;
1687
- }
1688
-
1689
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.top:before {
1690
- background: #1F4091;
1691
- opacity: 1;
1692
- content: ' ';
1693
- width: 6px;
1694
- height: 2px;
1695
- left: 0;
1696
- top: -4px;
1697
- display: block;
1698
- position: absolute;
1699
- }
1700
-
1701
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.top:after {
1702
- background: #00BFF3;
1703
- opacity: 1;
1704
- content: ' ';
1705
- width: 6px;
1706
- height: 2px;
1707
- left: 7px;
1708
- top: -4px;
1709
- display: block;
1710
- position: absolute;
1711
- }
1712
-
1713
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.top + em.top {
1714
- background: #CECECE;
1715
- opacity: 1;
1716
- content: ' ';
1717
- width: 5px;
1718
- height: 15px;
1719
- left: 35px;
1720
- top: 13px;
1721
- display: block;
1722
- position: absolute;
1723
- }
1724
-
1725
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.top + em.top:before {
1726
- background: #E03D1C;
1727
- opacity: 1;
1728
- content: ' ';
1729
- width: 6px;
1730
- height: 2px;
1731
- left: -15px;
1732
- top: 0;
1733
- display: block;
1734
- position: absolute;
1735
- }
1736
-
1737
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.top + em.top:after {
1738
- background: #81B636;
1739
- opacity: 1;
1740
- content: ' ';
1741
- width: 6px;
1742
- height: 2px;
1743
- left: -8px;
1744
- top: 0;
1745
- display: block;
1746
- position: absolute;
1747
- }
1748
-
1749
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.bottom:before {
1750
- background: #1F4091;
1751
- opacity: 1;
1752
- content: ' ';
1753
- width: 6px;
1754
- height: 2px;
1755
- left: 0;
1756
- top: 9px;
1757
- display: block;
1758
- position: absolute;
1759
- }
1760
-
1761
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.bottom:after {
1762
- background: #00BFF3;
1763
- opacity: 1;
1764
- content: ' ';
1765
- width: 6px;
1766
- height: 2px;
1767
- left: 7px;
1768
- top: 9px;
1769
- display: block;
1770
- position: absolute;
1771
- }
1772
-
1773
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.bottom + em.bottom {
1774
- background: #CECECE;
1775
- opacity: 1;
1776
- content: ' ';
1777
- width: 5px;
1778
- height: 15px;
1779
- left: 35px;
1780
- top: 13px;
1781
- display: block;
1782
- position: absolute;
1783
- }
1784
-
1785
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.bottom + em.bottom:before {
1786
- background: #E03D1C;
1787
- opacity: 1;
1788
- content: ' ';
1789
- width: 6px;
1790
- height: 2px;
1791
- left: -15px;
1792
- top: 13px;
1793
- display: block;
1794
- position: absolute;
1795
- }
1796
-
1797
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-posboth strong > em.bottom + em.bottom:after {
1798
- background: #81B636;
1799
- opacity: 1;
1800
- content: ' ';
1801
- width: 6px;
1802
- height: 2px;
1803
- left: -8px;
1804
- top: 13px;
1805
- display: block;
1806
- position: absolute;
1807
- }
1808
-
1809
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong:before {
1810
- background: #CACACA;
1811
- opacity: .7;
1812
- content: ' ';
1813
- width: 14px;
1814
- height: 2px;
1815
- left: 6px;
1816
- top: 7px;
1817
- display: block;
1818
- position: absolute;
1819
- }
1820
-
1821
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em {
1822
- background: #CECECE;
1823
- opacity: .7;
1824
- width: 27px;
1825
- height: 11px;
1826
- left: 6px;
1827
- top: 17px;
1828
- display: block;
1829
- position: absolute;
1830
- }
1831
-
1832
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em:before {
1833
- background: #1F4091;
1834
- opacity: 1;
1835
- content: ' ';
1836
- width: 6px;
1837
- height: 2px;
1838
- left: 0;
1839
- top: -4px;
1840
- display: block;
1841
- position: absolute;
1842
- }
1843
-
1844
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em:after {
1845
- background: #00BFF3;
1846
- opacity: 1;
1847
- content: ' ';
1848
- width: 6px;
1849
- height: 2px;
1850
- left: 7px;
1851
- top: -4px;
1852
- display: block;
1853
- position: absolute;
1854
- }
1855
-
1856
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em + em {
1857
- background: #CECECE;
1858
- opacity: 1;
1859
- content: ' ';
1860
- width: 5px;
1861
- height: 15px;
1862
- left: 35px;
1863
- top: 13px;
1864
- display: block;
1865
- position: absolute;
1866
- }
1867
-
1868
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em + em:before {
1869
- background: #E03D1C;
1870
- opacity: 1;
1871
- content: ' ';
1872
- width: 6px;
1873
- height: 2px;
1874
- left: -15px;
1875
- top: 0;
1876
- display: block;
1877
- position: absolute;
1878
- }
1879
-
1880
- .epsilon-ui-option .kiwi-ic-postop strong > em + em:after {
1881
- background: #81B636;
1882
- opacity: 1;
1883
- content: ' ';
1884
- width: 6px;
1885
- height: 2px;
1886
- left: -8px;
1887
- top: 0;
1888
- display: block;
1889
- position: absolute;
1890
- }
1891
-
1892
- /* Epsilon - Toggle */
1893
- .epsilon-ui-toggle {
1894
- background: transparent;
1895
- width: 52px;
1896
- height: 22px;
1897
- position: relative;
1898
- z-index: 10;
1899
- }
1900
-
1901
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input {
1902
- position: absolute;
1903
- z-index: -1;
1904
- opacity: 0;
1905
- left: 0;
1906
- top: 0;
1907
- }
1908
-
1909
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:focus ~ span {
1910
- outline: 1px dashed #ccc;
1911
- outline-offset: 2px;
1912
- }
1913
-
1914
- .epsilon-ui-toggle span {
1915
- display: block;
1916
- height: 22px;
1917
- width: 52px;
1918
- border-radius: 20px;
1919
- overflow: hidden;
1920
- cursor: pointer;
1921
- position: relative;
1922
- height: 22px;
1923
- padding: 0;
1924
- line-height: 19px;
1925
- transition: background-color 0.2s ease-in;
1926
- -webkit-border-radius: 11px;
1927
- -moz-border-radius: 11px;
1928
- border-radius: 30px;
1929
- background-color: #c4c4c4;
1930
- -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0 2px 1px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.11);
1931
- -moz-box-shadow: inset 0 2px 1px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.11);
1932
- box-shadow: inset 0 2px 1px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.11);
1933
- }
1934
-
1935
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input + span:before {
1936
- content: "";
1937
- display: block;
1938
- width: 18px;
1939
- height: 18px;
1940
- margin: 0;
1941
- position: absolute;
1942
- top: 2px;
1943
- bottom: 0;
1944
- right: 32px;
1945
- background-color: #fff;
1946
- -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1947
- -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1948
- box-shadow: 0 0 3px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
1949
- -webkit-border-radius: 10px;
1950
- -moz-border-radius: 10px;
1951
- border-radius: 10px;
1952
- transition: all 0.2s ease-in 0s;
1953
- }
1954
-
1955
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input + span:after {
1956
- content: "OFF";
1957
- display: block;
1958
- color: #FFF;
1959
- position: absolute;
1960
- top: 2px;
1961
- bottom: 2px;
1962
- right: 6px;
1963
- font-size: 11px;
1964
- font-family: 'Arial';
1965
- }
1966
-
1967
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:checked + span {
1968
- background: #3CAF0E;
1969
- }
1970
-
1971
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:checked + span:before {
1972
- right: 2px;
1973
- }
1974
-
1975
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:checked + span:after {
1976
- content: "ON";
1977
- right: 27px;
1978
- }
1979
-
1980
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:focus + span,
1981
- .epsilon-ui-toggle:hover input + span {
1982
- background: #d4d4d4;
1983
- }
1984
-
1985
- .epsilon-ui-toggle input:focus:checked + span,
1986
- .epsilon-ui-toggle:hover input:checked + span {
1987
- background: #4fbf23;
1988
- }
1989
-
1990
- .ui-locked {
1991
- position: relative;
1992
- }
1993
- .ui-locked input[type="radio"]:disabled {
1994
- opacity: 0;
1995
- }
1996
- .ui-locked input:disabled ~ strong {
1997
- background: transparent;
1998
- }
1999
- .ui-locked:after {
2000
- background: #F15B25;
2001
- opacity: 1;
2002
- border: none;
2003
- text-align: center;
2004
- content: '\f023';
2005
- font-family: 'FontAwesome';
2006
- color: #fff;
2007
- display: inline-block;
2008
- font-size: 11px;
2009
- position: absolute;
2010
- bottom: 2px;
2011
- right: -25px;
2012
- border-radius: 50%;
2013
- width: 16px;
2014
- height: 16px;
2015
- line-height: 16px;
2016
- }
2017
-
2018
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box {
2019
- height: 330px;
2020
- margin-top: 15px;
2021
- text-align: center;
2022
- background: #FFF;
2023
- position: relative;
2024
- border: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
2025
- float: left;
2026
- }
2027
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .themes {
2028
- display: inline-block;
2029
- }
2030
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box .recommended {
2031
- background: #d25637;
2032
- color: #FFF;
2033
- text-transform: uppercase;
2034
- height: 28px;
2035
- text-align: center;
2036
- top: 0;
2037
- left: 0;
2038
- right: 0;
2039
- line-height: 28px;
2040
- font-size: 10px;
2041
- position: absolute;
2042
- font-weight: bold;
2043
- }
2044
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box img {
2045
- width: 155px;
2046
- height: 155px;
2047
- padding-top: 50px;
2048
- margin: 0 auto;
2049
- margin-bottom: 15px;
2050
- display: block;
2051
- border: none;
2052
- }
2053
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box.theme img {
2054
- width: 100%;
2055
- height: initial;
2056
- padding: 0;
2057
- margin: 0;
2058
- display: block;
2059
- }
2060
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box.theme .info {
2061
- display: block;
2062
- position: absolute;
2063
- bottom: 48px;
2064
- left: 0;
2065
- right: 0;
2066
- height: 35px;
2067
- background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);
2068
- line-height: 35px;
2069
- }
2070
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box.theme .info a {
2071
- color: #fff;
2072
- font-size: 14px;
2073
- font-family: 'Open Sans';
2074
- }
2075
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box.theme .info a:hover, .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box.theme .info a:focus {
2076
- text-decoration: none;
2077
- }
2078
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box .action_bar {
2079
- position: absolute;
2080
- bottom: 0;
2081
- left: 0;
2082
- right: 0;
2083
- font-size: 15px;
2084
- font-weight: 600;
2085
- height: 18px;
2086
- margin: 0;
2087
- padding: 15px;
2088
- -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0 1px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
2089
- box-shadow: inset 0 1px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
2090
- overflow: hidden;
2091
- white-space: nowrap;
2092
- text-overflow: ellipsis;
2093
- background: #fff;
2094
- background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.65);
2095
- text-align: left;
2096
- padding-right: 105px;
2097
- }
2098
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box .action_bar.active {
2099
- background: #23282d;
2100
- color: #FFF;
2101
- }
2102
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box .action_button {
2103
- position: absolute;
2104
- bottom: -1px;
2105
- right: -1px;
2106
- padding: 9px 10px 10px;
2107
- background: #f6f6f6;
2108
- border: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
2109
- }
2110
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration .integration_box .action_button.active {
2111
- background: #2c2e2f;
2112
- bottom: 0;
2113
- right: -1px;
2114
- padding: 9px 10px 9px;
2115
- }
2116
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration.three-col .col {
2117
- width: 29.81%;
2118
- margin-right: 5%;
2119
- margin-bottom: 35px;
2120
- }
2121
- .sl-kiwi-tab-integration.three-col .col:nth-child(3n + 3) {
2122
- margin-right: 0;
2123
- }
2124
-
2125
- .mce-ico.mce-i-dashicons.dashicons-twitter {
2126
- font-family: 'dashicons';
2127
- }
2128
- .mce-ico.mce-i-dashicons.dashicons-twitter:before {
2129
- content: "\f301";
2130
- color: #55ACEE;
2131
- }
2132
-
2133
- #update-nag, .update-nag {
2134
- position: relative;
2135
- z-index: 10;
2136
- }
2137
- #update-nag.kiwi-notice, .update-nag.kiwi-notice {
2138
- width: 95%;
2139
- }
2140
- #update-nag.kiwi-notice p, .update-nag.kiwi-notice p {
2141
- font-size: 14px;
2142
- }
2143
-
2144
- .kiwi-title-has-tooltip h4 {
2145
- display: inline-block;
2146
- }
2147
-
2148
- .kiwi-tooltip-container {
2149
- position: relative;
2150
- display: inline-block;
2151
- }
2152
- .kiwi-tooltip-container .dashicons {
2153
- color: #0073aa;
2154
- }
2155
- .kiwi-tooltip-container .tooltip-opener {
2156
- cursor: pointer;
2157
- }
2158
- .kiwi-tooltip-container .tooltip-opener:hover + .kiwi-notice-container, .kiwi-tooltip-container .tooltip-opener:focus + .kiwi-notice-container {
2159
- display: block;
2160
- }
2161
- .kiwi-tooltip-container .kiwi-notice-container {
2162
- position: absolute;
2163
- display: none;
2164
- padding: 10px;
2165
- background: #0073aa;
2166
- border-radius: 3px;
2167
- z-index: 10;
2168
- width: 350px;
2169
- }
2170
- .kiwi-tooltip-container .kiwi-notice-container p {
2171
- color: #fff;
2172
- }
2173
-
2174
- /* ==========================================================================
2175
- =Clearing
2176
- ========================================================================== */
2177
- /**
2178
- * ClearFix Hack
2179
- * Usage: add class="fixed" to parents of floated elements
2180
- */
2181
- .fixed:after {
2182
- visibility: hidden;
2183
- display: block;
2184
- font-size: 0;
2185
- content: " ";
2186
- clear: both;
2187
- height: 0;
2188
- }
2189
-
2190
- /*****
2191
- * Clear content
2192
- * Usage: <br class="clear">
2193
- *****/
2194
- .clear {
2195
- clear: both;
2196
- display: block;
2197
- overflow: hidden;
2198
- visibility: hidden;
2199
- width: 0;
2200
- height: 0;
2201
- }
1
+ /* ==========================================================================
2
+ =Links
3
+ ========================================================================== */
4
+ #sl-kiwi {
5
+ width: 1150px;
6
+ padding: 20px;
7
+ margin-bottom: 10px;
8
+ font-family: 'Open Sans';
9
+ position: relative;
10
+ }
11
+ #sl-kiwi a:focus {
12
+ box-shadow: none;
13
+ -webkit-box-shadow: none;
14
+ }
15
+ #sl-kiwi .overlay {
16
+ position: absolute;
17
+ top: 20px;
18
+ bottom: 102px;
19
+ left: 20px;
20
+ right: 20px;
21
+ -webkit-transition: all .3s;
22
+ transition: all .3s;
23
+ z-index: 9999;
24
+ text-align: center;
25
+ padding-top: 250px;
26
+ }
27
+ #sl-kiwi .overlay.active {
28
+ -webkit-transition: all .4s;
29
+ transition: all .4s;
30
+ background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.97);
31
+ }
32
+ #sl-kiwi .overlay img {
33
+ position: relative;
34
+ top: -72px;
35
+ }
36
+
37
+ .kiwi-notification-popup {
38
+ width: 100%;
39
+ padding: 25px 20px;
40
+ box-sizing: border-box;
41
+ -webkit-border-radius: 3px;
42
+ -moz-border-radius: 3px;
43
+ border-radius: 3px;
44
+ background-color: #0073aa;
45
+ color: #fff;
46
+ display: none;
47
+ position: relative;
48
+ z-index: 10;
49
+ }
50
+ .kiwi-notification-popup .button {
51
+ float: right;
52
+ position: relative;
53
+ bottom: 5px;
54
+ }
55
+
56
+ .kiwi-utility-bar {
57
+ position: absolute;
58
+ top: 20px;
59
+ right: -25px;
60
+ display: none;
61
+ }
62
+ .kiwi-utility-bar > input {
63
+ position: fixed;
64
+ }
65
+
66
+ .sl-kiwi-content {
67
+ background: #fff;
68
+ min-height: 500px;
69
+ margin-top: -10px;
70
+ position: relative;
71
+ z-index: 5;
72
+ -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.06);
73
+ -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.06);
74
+ box-shadow: 0 0 5px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.06);
75
+ padding: 10px 30px;
76
+ }
77
+ .sl-kiwi-content input[type="text"], .sl-kiwi-content input[type="email"], .sl-kiwi-content input[type="url"] {
78
+ width: 330px;
79
+ height: 32px;
80
+ -webkit-border-radius: 3px;
81
+ -moz-border-radius: 3px;
82
+ border-radius: 3px;
83
+ background-color: #fff;
84
+ -webkit-box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
85
+ -moz-box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
86
+ box-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.2);
87
+ padding-left: 10px;
88
+ margin-top: 5px;
89
+ border: 1px solid #f2f2f2;
90
+ }
91
+
92
+ .sl-kiwi-content > div {
93
+ padding-bottom: 50px;
94
+ display: none;
95
+ }
96
+
97
+ .sl-kiwi-content > div.epsilon-tab-active {
98
+ display: block;
99
+ }
100
+
101
+ .sl-kiwi-dragdrop .suggestions {
102
+ font-size: 32px;
103
+ color: #EBEBEB;
104
+ width: 100%;
105
+ height: 40px;
106
+ line-height: 40px;
107
+ text-align: center;
108
+ font-weight: bold;
109
+ display: block;
110
+ position: absolute;
111
+ top: 15px;
112
+ opacity: .7;
113