Remove unnecessary CSS attached to theme

stolzmedia
13 Posts
stolzmedia posted this 29 May 2015

I would like to have the ability to select which parts of a theme to export thus eliminating unused styles within the css file. Currently the css files are too large because of useless styles and it's impossible to find what style is being used and what is not.

I would like to have the ability to select which parts of a theme to export thus eliminating unused styles within the css file. Currently the css files are too large because of useless styles and it's impossible to find what style is being used and what is not.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 01 June 2015

Hi,

We've forwarded your question to our developers and let you know as soon as they have any news.
Thank you for being patient.

Thanks,
Ivan

Hi, We've forwarded your question to our developers and let you know as soon as they have any news. Thank you for being patient. Thanks, Ivan
Support Team
Support Team posted this 01 June 2015

Hello,
just FYI: it is in our plans to split themes for WooCommerce and WordPress, as well as for Joomla and VirtueMart themes. It makes the themes CSS lighter.
We'll let you know if we get any news regarding themes CSS.

Regards,
Aileen

Hello, just FYI: it is in our plans to split themes for WooCommerce and WordPress, as well as for Joomla and VirtueMart themes. It makes the themes CSS lighter. We'll let you know if we get any news regarding themes CSS. Regards, Aileen
Support Team
Support Team posted this 01 June 2015

Addition: the suggestion regarding the CSS (I mean make it lighter) is in our wish list, but it is put on hold due to higher priority tasks.

Regards,
Aileen

Addition: the suggestion regarding the CSS (I mean make it lighter) is in our wish list, but it is put on hold due to higher priority tasks. Regards, Aileen
JohnR
30 Posts
JohnR posted this 06 November 2015

This is very important for SEO.

This is very important for SEO.
justin14
14 Posts
justin14 posted this 22 March 2016

Do we have an update on when this will be implemented? Is this being worked on?

Do we have an update on when this will be implemented? Is this being worked on?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 23 March 2016

Hi,

I'm passing this issue to developers for closer analyses, we will let you know when we receive the results.

Thank you,
Themler Team

Hi, I'm passing this issue to developers for closer analyses, we will let you know when we receive the results. Thank you, Themler Team
Stagger Lee
1833 Posts
Stagger Lee posted this 23 March 2016

Bootstrap is very huge and complex. Ordinary Themler Users will have no clue what parts od Bootstrap to remove, what to have.

I suggest Themler developers to implement code minimize for all CSS, JS files (Themler files, not to meddle in work of plugin, core files)

And suggest to developers to implement JS, CSS files merge. (Not as mandatory thing, but as optional option).

They can control those few JS, CSS files inside Themler for minimize and merge. I know they can do it easy, because they are very gifted coders.

Bootstrap is very huge and complex. Ordinary Themler Users will have no clue what parts od Bootstrap to remove, what to have. I suggest Themler developers to implement code **minimize** for all CSS, JS files (Themler files, not to meddle in work of plugin, core files) And suggest to developers to implement JS, CSS files **merge**. (Not as mandatory thing, but as optional option). They can control those few JS, CSS files inside Themler for minimize and merge. I know they can do it easy, because they are very gifted coders.
Stagger Lee
1833 Posts
Stagger Lee posted this 23 March 2016

I mean merge and minimize is for Pagespeed, Pageload results much more worth then removing specific parts. And easier to do by Themler developers. I mean more chance we get it soon.

I mean merge and minimize is for Pagespeed, Pageload results much more worth then removing specific parts. And easier to do by Themler developers. I mean more chance we get it soon.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 25 March 2016

Hello Stagger Lee,
actually we do not recommend to review and edit boostrap for users. The CSS files and minified when Published option is used. As for JS files minimizing, this suggestion was rejected.

Also since the last update the WooCommerce and VirtueMart files could be excluded from the WP and Joomla themes
http://attachments.answers.billiondigital.com/823/11823/remove-store-templates-2.png

http://answers.themler.com/articles/66709/themler-v-241-update-11-march-2016

regards,
Aileen

Hello Stagger Lee, actually we do not recommend to review and edit boostrap for users. The CSS files and minified when Published option is used. As for JS files minimizing, this suggestion was rejected. Also since the last update the WooCommerce and VirtueMart files could be excluded from the WP and Joomla themes http://attachments.answers.billiondigital.com/823/11823/remove-store-templates-2.png http://answers.themler.com/articles/66709/themler-v-241-update-11-march-2016 regards, Aileen
rajsidhux
24 Posts
rajsidhux posted this 07 December 2016

I am creating a Wordpress site only and have used the option to remove the Woocommerce pages/template from my theme.

However when I inspect the CSS file there is still reference to Woocommerce.

Why is this?

We need themes created with themler to have clean code as this is a must according to Google.

Can support tell us if this is going to be implemented? - If not I think I'm going to have to get a refund.

I am creating a Wordpress site only and have used the option to remove the Woocommerce pages/template from my theme. However when I inspect the CSS file there is still reference to Woocommerce. Why is this? We need themes created with themler to have clean code as this is a must according to Google. Can support tell us if this is going to be implemented? - If not I think I'm going to have to get a refund.
Mark Holland
113 Posts
Mark Holland posted this 13 December 2016

agreed i have tried so many plugins and it is just bas SEO and I have asked questions and no replies.

I am afraid it themeforest next to buy an seo friendly template to modify

agreed i have tried so many plugins and it is just bas SEO and I have asked questions and no replies. I am afraid it themeforest next to buy an seo friendly template to modify
Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 December 2016

Hello guys,
we're considering some relevant changes in WP themes, so they do no include WooCommerce related CSS if store templates are removed from the the.

Regards,
Aileen

Hello guys, we're considering some relevant changes in WP themes, so they do no include WooCommerce related CSS if store templates are removed from the the. Regards, Aileen
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