[Support request] GeneratePress and WPL for Real Estate Websites

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  • #514128
    Francesca

    Hi,

    I need to create a real estate website in WordPress. I already created lots of websites with Visual Composer and WPL (A real estate plugin), but I absolutely hate Visual Composer.

    It’s useless, its responsive options are irrelevant, it’s buggy all over the place and locks everything with shortcodes.

    So we decided to use GeneratePress, Elementor and WPL for listing, property pages and search boxes.

    The “problem” is we don’t like how wpl display basic listings. It usually inherit the property cards’ design from the theme, but if the theme is not supported WPL uses the standard (awful) one.

    This is the starting point for the cards: https://prnt.sc/io7hej

    This is how we want the cards to look: http://prntscr.com/io7ie0 (it doesn’t have to look exactly like that, we have 50% freedom over the card design)

    This is the home page created by our designers: http://prntscr.com/io7j6o

    Would it be possible to recreate that design (on the cards) using CSS? If yes, would you be able to help? We’re not expert coders and we usually use SiteOrigin CSS to help ourselves 🙂

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    #514271
    Leo
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    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    I don’t think GP adds any styles to that by default.

    I’ll need to check to make sure but couldn’t find that page in the site you linked though.

    If GP doesn’t control the style at all, that is unfortunately too much customization for us to help on the forum.

    I would recommend checking with the support of WPL to see if they can guide you to the right direction.

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