Try class “uwp-login-link” for login and “uwp-register-link” for register
Exactly what I was looking for, works perfect. Thanks!
This is related, so I’ll add to this ticket.
There is a display issue with the login modal.
In FF and ie, the modal displays way at top of the screen, truncating the top half of modal. It works fine in chrome and safari. Interestingly, it only happens on a product page (where we’re using uwp-login-link) not on home page (where it’s using the nav menu endpoint).
In looking at dev tools, it seems related to
.modal, .modal-container, .modal-pointer, .modal-pointer-conceal
In testing, if I change this to ‘position: fixed’ it resolves the issue, but I’m concerned about messing it up further so I wanted to ask first if that was a workable solution?
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Edge seems oK to me, but the targeting for FF looks a little off.
I will ask the developers to take a closer look.
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Yes, edge now seems better after making some CSS minify adjustments in WPRocket. FF still off.
I still see that position:fixed resolves it, as does .modal top:50%. But don’t want to mess that up for other browsers.
Thanks for taking a look.
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