EditWrxPro will read all of the classes available to the webpage it is editing. This includes style blocks in the page's head section and all external stylesheets. These classes are then available to the Style Fonts widget and other widgets that can apply classes.
A designer may therefore have entire stylesheets that they do not want available to an editing user. You can tell EditWrxPro to completely ignore a stylesheet by adding a ?no_access
query string to the HREF in the LINK tag, example:
<link rel=STYLESHEET href="/styles.css?no_access" type="text/css">
query string will have no effect on loading the stylesheet in the browser and acts only as a flag to EditWrxPro.
To take this concept one step further, add the ?no_access
to all LINKed stylesheets, and then create one additional stylesheet strictly for editing users and do not
add the ?no_access
query string to it. Then move the classes you want available to editing users from other stylesheets to this one.