Support » Plugin: Tutor LMS - eLearning and online course solution » Disgusting plugin HTML CSS code

  • Hello,

    I like this popular LMS plugin. But this plugin markup and CSS code really disgusting. It changes frequently in updates. As a developer, i really unhappy using this plugin. You should hire a good developer who knows good HTML CSS.

    Thanks

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  • Hi there,

    Did you try Tutor LMS 2.0.2, and did you check its markup and stylesheets? As Tutor LMS has revamped its design entirely from 1.9.X to 2.0.X naturally its markup and stylesheets will be changed along with the design revamp. But, maybe, the current Tutor LMS 2.0.2 can make you feel better than before in terms of stability and optimization.

    Regards!

    Plugin Support Jobayer Al Mahmud Tuser

    (@jobayertuser)

    Hello @wpsprite,

    I am really very sorry to hear you had a bad experience with our latest version design. we always try to serve our best to make the interface better also it’s true nothing is perfect and as we recently released the new version may contain some design issues. And every day we fix the issue we got from our clients.

    Can you please tell me where you are getting the design broken it will be easy for us to solve it if you help us to identify the problem?

    @anjumnirjhor

    Since you are in the top management of Tutor LMS, may I suggest that the team stops changing all PHP functions, classes, CSS classes and adding CSS classes every month?

    Sure, if you upgrade from 1.x to 2.x it is still understandable but not with every MINOR update every month. For example, the update to 2.0.2 from 2.0.1 again broke a LOT of things if anyone had custom themes with regards to PHP classes, CSS, JavaScript. If someone is using the default software, it does not matter. But if someone has their own customization, there are a lot of things that break.

    I agree 100% with @wpsprite

    It’s a good piece of software but they keep on overhauling everything including functions, CSS, etc. with every “minor” release and that happens every month. They change CSS classes every month with no thought of backward compatibility, which means that if you have a custom design, it’s going to be broken every month.

    This is similar to Microsoft providing “minor” updates to Windows 11 every month and breaking the design of all apps installed on a computer until the developers of the apps change the designs (every month)!

    They need to reconsider the practice of randomly changing everything every month and implement a proper software management lifecycle – something that LearnDash does so well thanks to its corporate policies owned by LiquidWeb!

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