Hey Alejandra! hmmm... What you want to do is not impossible but it's certainly not recommended! what you can do is to create minified versions of the uCoz system resources (using any CSS and JS minifiers out there), and block the system scripts by escaping the title and head enclosing tags. You will then have to include your minified CSS and JS files in your templates..........but this method is not really recommended because these files are often updated, especially when uCoz is rolling out new system features!
On the other hand, the size of the files doesn't really affect SEO - search engines really only care abt the content and code structure. The uncompressed files more likely affect page load speed, but uCoz sites have an ok loading speed in my opinion.
BTW yeah uCoz doesn't have a Spanish community manager so that forum is kind of like a ghost town at the moment
hey i'm joe, please don't call me on my real name because you're gonna misspell or mispronounce it and it drives me nuts
i do not work for the company anymore, sorry for the late replies
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