How to Make the Widget CSS Unique to the Widget?

Table of Contents

When creating custom widgets for your Elementor website, it’s important to ensure that the CSS styles applied to the widget do not interfere with other elements on your site. One way to achieve this is by making the widget CSS unique to the widget itself. By doing so, you can ensure that the styles you define will only apply to the specific widget, avoiding any conflicts with other elements. 

To check the complete feature overview documentation of The WDesignKit Widget Builder, click here.

Requirement  – This feature is a part of The WDesignKit, make sure it’s installed & activated to enjoy all its powers.

The WDesignKit Widget Builder has a built-in option to make your widget CSS specific to the widget.

In the CSS tab of the Editor panel, you’ll find a toggle button at the bottom, when it is on it will dynamically make all the CSS specific to the widget in the frontend.

However, if you want, only a few CSS rules to be specific to the widget not all the rules, you can do that as well. 

To do this, turn off the toggle, now it will show a CSS button. Put your cursor before the rule that you want to make specific to the widget and click on the CSS button, it will add unique code to make that rule specific to the widget. However, the rest of the CSS rules will apply to the entire page where the widget is used.

While adding CSS for your widget, if you need any external CSS library, you can easily add it by clicking on the + button in the CSS tab.

widget builder css tab

Also, check How to Use Normalhover Control to Add Styling Option for Different States.