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So as not to rewrite the plugin interface styles or modify the current ones, I want to add new styles for this plugin through my theme, for this I need to disable them, I do this through: remove_filters_with_method_name

remove_filters_with_method_name( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'register_plugin_assets', 10 );

now how can I use my custom css in such a way that the plugin can get them?

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    remove_filters_with_method_name() is not a WordPress function, and if you don't want to remove the plugin styles, why are you using it? Jun 25, 2021 at 10:28
  • because I need to disable the plugin styles, and then use my styles to customize the front that the plugin draws
    – Lerry
    Jun 25, 2021 at 10:31

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Plugins don't need to "get" styles. You just need to enqueue your own stylesheet with styles for the markup used by that plugin. If the plugin is on the front-end, your styles could even just be added to your child theme, or Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS. If the plugin elements you want to style are in the admin, just enqueue your stylesheet with admin_enqueue_scripts.

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