Also, if you examine the stylesheets, you will notice that each of the search instances are marked with an id, like “#ajaxsearchpro1 .proinput etc…”, and this is also a highly unadvised way of making css files. However following the conventional class, sub-class selectors I was facing so many support tickets for various layout problems, that I couldn’t deal with them. There was no way to prevent other plugin/theme stylesheets from overriding my selectors but to use id-s. As you probably know id selectors in CSS have a precedence over classes, thus putting a code under id-s will fix most of these problems. I’m on the way of releasing a new product and it looks like I may have found a better solution, but it needs to be tested first 🙂
I whish I could join your project, however my timetable is full for the next couple of months. Besides that I promised myself I would only focus my energy exclusively on envato products.
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