CabGrid Pro version 5.8.14 includes a new set of built-in styles. Selecting these styles means custom CSS for these styles need not be entered in the custom CSS box. To use these styles, select ‘Alternative Styles v5’ under BASE STYLES in the OPTIONS tab of the CabGrid Pro WordPress admin panel.
In certain circumstances the CabGrid Pro can fail to load required files after an update. This can result in the taxi calculator losing its layout and styling. This article provides some ways to solve this issue.
CSS code snippets for Cab Grid Pro version 5 and above that change the appearance of the one-way/return button icon shown in the plugin calculator interface. These snippets can be added to the Custom CSS box under the OPTIONS tab in the Cab Grid Pro WordPress admin page.
How to disable the floating price banner displayed in the footer using CSS
Ever needed to hide or show booking form fields based on the destination or passenger numbers selected by your customer? In Cab Grid Pro v5.5 dynamic CSS classes are added to the main Cab Grid element allowing subsequent manipulation of content through 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:
CabGrid Pro version 5.0 provides the ability to select the main stylesheet loaded with the front-end calculator plugin. There are a variety of pre-defined style-sheets available that provide a starting point for any custom CSS.
Currently in beta, the Cab Grid style builder utility helps preview and test out custom CSS styling for the taxi fare price calculator interface. It provides a visual interface for adjusting styles for the Cab Grid calculator.
Visitors can choose the language for the Cab Grid fare price calculator independently of the language set by WordPress using flag icons shown on the visitor portion of the plugin.
Common CabGrid CSS styling problems and how to use a web browser Inspector to troubleshoot layout or appearance issues. e.g. Button text not visible or elements overlapping.
Segment destinations by assigning them to groups, then display a version of Cab Grid for each group. This feature allows many instances of the Cab Grid plugin to be displayed on a single web page, each with a different purpose. For example, one for airport transfers, one for school runs, and one for suburban routes. This article describes how to use the Groups feature of the Cab Grid Pro plugin for WordPress.
How to change the appearance of the Cab Grid fare price calculator using custom CSS styling. Custom styles cab be added under the OPTIONS tab.