Adds a list of stylesheets in the frontend to allow visitors to choose a different visual look for the website.
This plugin solved a lot of problems. It worked exactly as advertised, both as a widget, and as a shortcode. I used it to offer different contrast settings for the visually impaired.
Documentation was brief, but sufficient. Very nice work!
When adding the php snippet into my template, there is no page output for anything after the php snippet.
I've had a good experience with this plugin. My client needed a way to demo a bunch of different colors of websites to his potential clients. This plugin allowed me to very easily offer that capability.
One small bug - on the frontend, try switching to any of the stylesheets not in the first 5 added and it will revert to the default stylesheet. A quick fix in the plugin code (remove || ($stylesheet_choice > 4) from line 37 of wp_user_stylesheet_switcher.php).
This plugin is simple and effective. It works well, although it is not intended to work for the backend (it is presented as a frontend widget) it does work when you set the standard CSS file in the backend.
My business case requires me to set a dropdown list where a normal 'editor' user can select a stylesheet for his/her website.
Since this plugin only works when logged in as an admin, that feature could be nice for a later version.