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Site Specific CSS

Add site specific CSS to each blog individually, instead of changing your theme or using a million child themes.

Here are three different ways you can install this plug-in:

  1. Use the handy install option built into wordpress.
  2. or... Download the zip file, un-zip, and upload to the plug-ins directory.
  3. or... Copy the contents of site-specific-css.php to the functions.php of your favorite child theme.

Then if you installed as a plug-in (options 1 or 2 above), activate the plugin.

Next make sure you can upload a css file. 1. Goto the Super Admin menu 1. Select options, and near the bottom find a list of all acceptable file extensions. 1. Make sure css is on the list.

Now to use it.

  1. Upload the css file you’d like to apply to your site using the media upload (recommended) or ftp.
  2. After you upload, copy the location of the file.
  3. Make sure you have the correct site and child theme active, then look under appearance. There will be a new menu item for Site Specific CSS.
  4. Paste the URL of the CSS file into the only (for now) option box, then save changes.
  5. Enjoy your new look.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 2010-11-22
Downloads: 811

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