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    • #62197
      eugenek
      Participant

      Hi Mark.

      I notice that WSForm creates a heavy load of CSS on pages, depicting all columns setting etc., even if the form is embedded and styled with Elementor.
      Is there a way to reduce this CSS presence and apply it only if required?

      Many thanks,
      Eugene

    • #62210
      Mark Westguard
      Keymaster

      You are welcome to disable our framework CSS and/or skin CSS if you wish, but you would obviously need to write your own CSS to handle columns, effects etc. This can be done under global settings.

      Global Settings

      Check the ‘Advanced’ tab.

      Note that some of our CSS may be required, despite you applying additional styles in Elementor.

      We also have various optimization methods you can use to reduce CSS sizes. Personally I recommend enabling the ‘Compile CSS’ and ‘Inline CSS’ options. I also recommend ensuring you have SCRIPT_DEBUG set to false to ensure WS Form uses minimized files wherever possible.

      Thanks!

      Mark

    • #62393
      eugenek
      Participant

      Thank you Mark. I will follow your advice.

      Could you please confirm that no functionality will be affected if I disable skin CSS ?

      Also, I noticed that the password visibility toggle can not be reset to its default state (masked) once it is uncovered.

      Cheers,
      Eugene

    • #62407
      John Petroviak
      Keymaster

      Hi Eugene,

      Disabling the skin will not affect functionality, however, you might need to write your own CSS to get invalid feedback to hide/show.

      I am looking into the Password Visibility Toggle, this does indeed seem to be a bug.

      Thanks,
      John

      • #62897
        eugenek
        Participant

        Thanks John.

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