Support » Plugin: Style Kits for Elementor » Not for Professionals

  • It works as promised for casual users. Though still lacking. Example: I wanted to globally change all Elementor Heading’s color. Style Kit doesn’t do that…

    We’ve been asking Elementor for global CSS capabilities. Sorry, but this is not it. Maybe if you add a CSS editor section… For now, I’ll stick with my theme’s child stylesheet.

    • This topic was modified 4 months, 4 weeks ago by ronr1999.
    • This topic was modified 4 months, 4 weeks ago by ronr1999.
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  • Plugin Contributor AnalogWP


    Hey there! This is John, thanks for the review. To be honest it sounded a bit awkward, and I am failing to understand based on what you say why Style Kits would not be a great fit in a professional workflow, as you mention in the title.

    Is your rating based on the fact that Style Kits (out of all it has to offer) does not allow you to use a separate color for your headings?

    Please do not misunderstand my question, I respect your rating and feedback tremendously, but need want to make sure that we get a fair rating within a context of common sense.

    Also, Ram is my partner and part of the Analogwp team. And right now we are wondering in our Slack channel what exactly you mean about him bumping our reviews.


    Original edited. My error/confusion. Still, this doesn’t address the issue of global css code editor. I will continue to use child theme stylesheet.

    Plugin Contributor AnalogWP


    Thanks for clarifying! And thanks for the feedback regarding the CSS Editor. We are indeed working on some concepts regarding the functionality of a global CSS editor, and we hope to have something working in the next weeks.

    Thanks again for the input, follow-up if you like to learn the news, and we are always more than happy to hear your feedback.


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