A specialized code snippet tool that provides one click access, when editing posts, to 10 different CSS-styled DIVs for custom purposes.
A.) To override the default width and height, for a specific box, you can do this: Right after you insert the box (by the usual clicking on the meta-box slider), go directly to the html code in the editor, and right after style=", you insert: 'height:1111px;width:1111px;', without those single quotes, so it will look like:
style="height:1111px;width:1111px; border:5px solid gray; etc.... (obviously replacing 1111 with your desired height/width)
( Note: If you add a "height" property, either in this solution, or in "B.)" just below, and you want to maintain your vertical centering, you'll need to also add "line-height" and set it to the same value of "height" )
B.) To change the default width and height, so that the attention div's will be your desired width/height, without having to make the change above, every time you want to change it.. Just go on your Server, where you have your blog installed, and go into the wp-attention-boxes/css directory, and just edit the styles.css file, specifically, the .custom_attn_box CSS class, and change the width from 70% to your desired width (in px or em), and add a height that you desire.
So either of the above will do it.
( Note: Keep in mind, if you customize it per B.), you'll lose the change when you upgrade this plugin. So you might want to just create an additional .custom_attn_box declaration in one of the core WordPress CSS files, and overriding the height style in there, also adding !important to the style - for info on how !important works, please use google )
Please make sure that you click at least once directly inside your editor (preferably, exactly at the point where you want the DIV to be inserted), before you click on the DIV in the "Your Attention Boxes" Meta Box.
This plugin only works when in the Html editor - i.e. this is basically for users who prefer the HTML tab of the editor, or at least switch to it for tools like this one.
My advice, to be able to use tools in the Html editor (whether it's this plugin or not) might be to start every brand new blog post with the Html tab active, use the tools you need on that toolbar, and then switch to the Visual Editor where you stay until the post is finished and published. This way you're not going back and forth.
Yes, it adds 2 record to the wp_options table. One of them stores all of the custom DIV's. The other simple stores the version number of this plugin.
Yes, the next major version will provide the ability to store different styles of your own image-based (or non-imaged based) bullet lists