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Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Ticket #18909, comment 92


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06/28/2019 04:45:35 PM (11 months ago)
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  • Ticket #18909, comment 92

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    55That's what I think, is a mistake, because if you suppose that people "like" any jquery-ui function to use, then you should anticipate, that they probably also like how that function works (i mean the styling too). So, **most**( i think about 80%) of us (plugin or theme developers) probably agree to use their styling how we see those functions at [https://jqueryui.com jQuery-UI website]. So, WP should have the default styling available to be loaded natively, without the need that we incorporated manual .css files in our plugins and themes to just use `ui-tooltip`, `ui-tabs` or many nice `ui` stuff that is commonly used by most of plugin or theme developers.
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    7 Otherwise I don't this it's perfect point that UI `.js` files are included in core, but ui `.css` styling is not included (and it's just few KB's in size), because plugin devs are still required to add the files manually in their plugins (if they want to use i.e.`ui-tooltip.css`, `ui-tabs.css` or whatever).
     7Otherwise I don't this it's perfect point that UI `.js` files are included in core, but ui `.css` styling is not included (and it's just few KB's in size), because plugin devs are still required to add the files manually in their plugins (if they want to use i.e.`ui-tooltip.css`, `ui-tabs.css` or whatever). Most of us, I think, would have accepted to use the default ui-styling, so, would have been nice, if they were available in CORE to be loaded natively with `wp_enqueue_style`.