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Dequeueing Styles from registration page/shortcode

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Multi Vendor Marketplace Plugin | WCFM Marketplace Forums WCFM Dequeueing Styles from registration page/shortcode

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    • #115943

      Hello there,

      I’ve been trying to get rid of the standard styles from the registration forms to enforce the yootheme styles that’s being used on the site.

      add_action( 'after_wcfm_load_styles', 'wcfm_dequeue_style', 300 );
      function wcfm_dequeue_style() {
        wp_dequeue_style( 'wcfm_membership_registration_css' );
        // wp_dequeue_style( 'wcfm_enquiry_button_css' );
        // wp_dequeue_style( 'wcfm_subscribe_button_css' );
        // wp_dequeue_style( 'wcfm_qtip_css' );
      function discover_scripts() 
        if($_GET['show']) {
          echo '<pre>';
          // Registered styles
          // Queued styles
          // Registered scripts
          // Queued scripts
          echo '</pre>';
      add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'discover_scripts', 100 );

      This is what I used to find out which styles were enqueued and which one I need to remove, which seems to be “wcfm_membership_registration_css”.

      This PHP is getting processed (child theme of yootheme, functions.php), but I see no difference in the output of the page.
      Could you help me out?

      Thank you lots in advance!

    • #118318
      WCFM Forum


      I am not very sure, why you want to dequeue these CSS/JS files!

      If you dequeue those then that page will be totally broken.

      If you want to add your own style then add your custom CSS under child theme’s style.css

      Thank You

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    • #118974
      Sayan Naskar

      The HTML structure of WCFM registration form and the theme is completely different. In the WCFM registration form the CSS class used by the theme for styling the theme is obviously not present so if you remove the WCFM Stylesheet the page will completely break as mentioned above. So it is better to overwrite the WCFM styles to match the theme style from the child themes functions.php or themes custom css section.

      If you take a look at https://vondersee.digital/marketplace/registrierung/, you can see that we already have styles for all kinds of elements – also for buttons – but they’re not working
      >>>This will not work as the theme uses class styling to style the elements and those classes are obviously not present in WCFM form.

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