Silverstripe remove CustomScript

Silverstripe Tip of the week:

Sometimes you have to remove a customScript of a module, because you want to script it differently.

If the module author was so wise to give his customScript a ID (UserFormsValidation in this case) like they did in UserForms:

Requirements::customScript(<<<JS
(function($) {...})(jQuery);
JS
, 'UserFormsValidation');

then you can do the following in the init function of your subclass controller:

Requirements::block('UserFormsValidation');

Easy, isnt it?

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