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Control the CSS (look) of dropdown

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First off, let me just say that I'm very impressed with all the features you've packed into this plugin. Truly a labor of love. So while I'm not even sure I need more than 2 currencies, I don't mind paying you to support the development of this asset. Bravo!

So my problem resides in being able to control the colors of the drop down widget and the ddslick dropdown.

The plugin generates a code <div class="dd-select" style="width: 100%; background: rgb(238, 238, 238);"> which I'm not able to circumvent with an external stylesheet? How would I control this background color? Is there a location where I can set the fonts/colors of the currency dropdowns? (Maybe an interesting feature to add ;-)

One last thing: is it possible to set a fixed price in the currencies for shipping locations per product category?



Hello Itai

Try  this  CSS

.woocommerce-currency-switcher-form .dd-select{

background: rgb(28, 108, 238) !important;



/*set color and font*/


is it possible to set a fixed price in the currencies for shipping locations per product category? - Unfortunately not. But I think this can be done using shipping classes.


Thanks Pablo!

That worked for the .dd on the shop page.

Now what about the hover background of the widget on this page:

again, it hovers white. I would like it to behave like the shop page .dd (

I tried this:

.woocs-style-1-dropdown-menu li:hover, li:active {
background-color: #ffd900!important;
.woocs-style-1-dropdown-menu a:hover, a:active {
background-color: #ffd900!important;

...also is there a special process to have a translated widget on my french site. I tried looking for string translation in WPML but couldn't find 'Canadian Dollars'. If I place the widgets on my french pages they just show up as english.



Try this:

#main .woocs-style-1-dropdown .woocs-style-1-dropdown-menu li:hover {
background-color: #ffd900 !important;
These are the lines - - unfortunately these lines cannot be translated