Support » Plugin: Multiple Columns for Gravity Forms » No css option

  • Hi WebHolism,

    I would like to use your plugin for a site, but handle the styling myself. Can you please make an option in the settings page to enable/disable the stylesheets and hardcoded styling (<style>ul { padding-left: 0px !important; } .gform_fields.top_label.form_sublabel_below.description_below { clear: both; }</style>) from this plugin?

    Kind regards,

    Koen

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  • Plugin Author WebHolism

    (@webholism)

    Hi Koen,

    Thank you for using the plugin.

    There seems to be an issue with the version 3.0.2, which we believe we have resolved. We will be releasing an updated version soon which addresses the issue you have identified.

    If you would be willing to test the new version on a development system, please send an email to hello@webholism.com, and we will send you the version before we release. We would be grateful for your feedback.

    Kind regards.

    Plugin Author WebHolism

    (@webholism)

    Hi koenbrouwers,

    The latest version of the plugin has been released, and should resolve the issues that you have identified.

    Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding to these issues, and for your patience while we resolved them.

    Kind regards.

    Thank you, I will check it soon.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 1 week ago by  koenbrouwers.

    Hello WebHolism,
    This is a fantastic plugin, I cannot believe GF does not include this type of option natively.
    However, I would like to take this request a step further.
    We focus on page speed and Google page speed insights.
    When using this plugin, it adds 2 stylesheet references at the footer of the website:
    <link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’cssStylesheets-css’ href=’https://www.website.com/wp-content/plugins/gf-form-multicolumn/css/gf-form-multicolumn.css?ver=3.0.0′ type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />
    <link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’cssStylesheetsOld-css’ href=’https://www.website.com/wp-content/plugins/gf-form-multicolumn/css/gf-form-multicolumn-old.css?ver=2.2.0′ type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />

    This is fine for the average user, but for those of us who would wish to handle the CSS manually and keep the site markup clean, it would be fantastic for there to be an option to turn off CSS output completely. (Just like GF offers).

    Until this is an option we will be forced to edit the plugin upon each update, no big deal 😉 .

    But I thought I would chime in and offer a suggestion,

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author WebHolism

    (@webholism)

    Hi twelvethreemedia,

    Thank you for the positive feedback, and your page speed information. We will look at how we can reduce the load demands of the plugin via the CSS route you’ve suggested.

    We really appreciate your insight, and thank you for taking the time to contact us.

    Wishing you a wonderful day.

    Kind regards.

    Hi WebHolism,

    Just like twelvethreemedia said, my issue still isn’t solved. I want to completely turn of all css output (stylesheets + inline styling) so I can handle this myself.

    Editing the plugin myself like twelvethreemedia does isn’t the clean way. I really hope you will add this feature, else I’m still not going to use this plugin.

    Kind regards.

    Plugin Author WebHolism

    (@webholism)

    Hi @koenbrouwers,

    Thank you for the feedback regarding the CSS. We will look to implement alterations based on your feedback.

    Thank you for taking the time to mention alterations that can improve your experience, and resolve reservations that you have.

    Wishing you a wonderful day.

    Kind regards.

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