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Custom CSS - Whole Site and Per Post

Add Custom CSS Styling to your WordPress Site - Style the Whole Site or Specific Posts / Pages. Easily Add Styling and External Stylesheets.

Add Custom CSS Styling to your WordPress Site - Style the Whole Site or Specific Posts / Pages. Easily Add Styling and

External Stylesheets.

Key Features

  • Add custom CSS to the whole site or specific posts and pages
  • Line numbering for ease of use
  • Add external stylesheet as well as additional CSS
  • Quick to get started - just activate and start adding CSS styles
  • Tab indent CSS
  • Choose an editor theme

Credits

CodeMirror - MIT Licensed - Copyright (C) 2015 by Marijn Haverbeke and others

Font used on Banners and Icons - Oswald

Author HTML5andBeyond
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Contributors html5andblog, apritchard2751
Tags additional css, CSS, custom css, custom style, custom styling, external stylesheet, page css, page styling, post css, post styling, stylesheet, styling
  1. custom-css-whole-site-and-per-post screenshot 1

    Add External Stylesheets

  2. custom-css-whole-site-and-per-post screenshot 2

    Add Custom Site / Post / Page Styling

Plugin Directory

  1. Search the plugin directory for plugin.
  2. Click 'Install Now'.
  3. Activate the plugin.
  4. 'Custom CSS' should be added to the side menu in the admin area, along with the default settings.
  5. Custom CSS options will have also been added to posts and pages.

Upload

  1. Download the plugin Zip file.
  2. Go to plugins in the Wordpress Admin area.
  3. Select 'Upload Plugin'
  4. Activate the plugin.
  5. 'Custom CSS' should be added to the side menu in the admin area, along with the default settings.
  6. Custom CSS options will have also been added to posts and pages.

Version 1.5

  • Added support for custom post types

Version 1.4

  • Fixed issue with using > in the CSS

Version 1.3

  • Fixed Compatibility issue with NextGen Gallery
  • Fixed Warning Message in Debug Mode

Version 1.2

  • Switched to CodeMirror for the CSS editor
  • Added options to change editor theme
  • Tab indenting added

Version 1

  • Official Release
  • Modified Plugin to only delete data on uninstall, instead of deactivate

Version 0.1

  • Initial beta release

Will custom CSS added override theme / plugin styling?

*Maybe - This all depends on the each theme or plugin is set up. It should override the styling in a lot of instances

though.*

Can I use this plugin to add additional web fonts?

*Yes - You can load the required CSS in the external stylesheet editor and then set them as the font family is the custom

CSS editor, this can be done for individual posts / pages or the whole site.*

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Version 1.5

Requires WordPress version: 4 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.6.3

Last Updated 23 Nov 2016

Date Added: 30 Mar 2015

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