Adds a box allowing for the addition of page-specifc and post-specific CSS stylesheets. Reduces the need to edit and clutter up the style.css file.
What's It Do?
This plugin adds a box to your pages and posts allowing for page-specific or post-specific CSS stylesheets.
Why Use It?
After developing quite a few WordPress websites, it seems to me that the style.css file gets bloated. If you add a style used on only one page, and then later that page is deleted, you're visitors now have to download those styles that aren't even used. It's wasteful, but maintaining a clean style.css file requires an active effort. This plugin solves that by attaching the these styles to the page or post, allowing them to be updated just like the content is and deleted with the page.
It keeps your style.css file clean and reduces unused style clutter.
New in Version 1.1
A new Fancy Editor has been added utilizing CodeMirror to enhance the experience of editing your styles. As of right now, it is disabled by default, but provides these features when enabled:
See the FAQs for info on the filter to enable the Fancy Editor.
What About Efficiency?
There shouldn't be an issue with overhead from the plugin. Admin code is only executed in the admin panel and front end code is executed on the front end. If you're website has a large amount of page-specific styles within it that can be migrated into the plugin, it can boost performance by reducing the download size of your style.css file.
The plugin is still rather simple. However, as I use it personally and at work, it will be maintained moving forward.
The following features are currently planned.
If you have a feature idea, suggest it.