How to disable the floating price banner displayed in the footer using CSS
The new version of Cab Grid Pro automatically applies a drop shadow to the taxi price calculator box. This can be disabled by adding a simple line of CSS code to the STYLING CSS box under the OPTIONS tab on the Cab Grid Pro WordPress admin page:
Cab Grid Pro 5 introduces the ability to combine calculation modes. This is useful where the choice of vehicle should be offered (rather than determined by the system).
Modes are combined by adding comma-separated values to the layout attribute of the Cab Grid Pro shortcode as follows. At this time, the only possible combinations are Vehicle and Time layout, and Vehicle and Ticket layout.
The cabGridProTable shortcode displays a price table as opposed to the regular CabGrid Pro price calculator. Prices and table attributes can be controlled through attributes defined as part of the shortcode (or in the Gutenburg block). These include captions, vehicles, groups, links, destinations and more.
Let’s consider a business that offers multiple passenger transportation models – Airport Transfers, City Tours, Chauffeur Service and Taxi. We illustrate how these models can be implemented on a single page with Cab Grid Pro.
Version 3 of our taxi price calculator and booking plugin for WordPress is now available. This article details new features in the version 3 release.
Cab Grid Pro’s shortcode supports attributes that can adjust the appearance and functionality of each instance of Cab Grid on your website. This article discusses what shortcode attribute are available and how to implement them (Layout/ID/Icons/Luggage/Pre-defined).
We’re delighted to announce the availability of Cab Grid Pro version 2. This update includes several new features and under the hood enhancements. This article discusses these new features and enhancements.