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Custom CSS by Techsperia


This plugin will add a simple box in your Posts and Pages edit screens which will give you the awesome ability to add custom CSS to that particular post or page! All you have to do is add your CSS code in the newly formed box!

All this plugin does is wrap your CSS in <style> tags and then insert that block into your post or page’s HTML code. Pretty neat, isn’t it?

This approach is much better than what CCSS does, a rather popular plugin, which requires you to create a separate style sheet and add it to your themes folder via FTP. (whoosh, too much work!)

Also, this plugin is dead hassle free. Just install it and it’ll automatically add the boxes to your post and page’s edit screens. Unlike WP Post Styling, another popular plugin, which will overwhelm you with too many setting options!

This plugin is written by Raj Mehta of Techsperia. For support, you can submit your question in this plugin’s support forum.


  • The "Custom CSS" box in edit screens.


Just install it like any other plugin and you’ll be good to go. This plugin is hassle free and will automatically add the boxes in your post and page’s edit screens.

If you don’t know how to install a plugin, here are the two ways you can do it:

First Method:

In your WordPress dashboard (admin panel),

  1. Go to the “Plugins” menu >> Add New

  2. Search for “Custom CSS by Techsperia”

  3. Install the first plugin that appears.

  4. Activate it!

Second Method:

  1. Download the .zip version of the plugin from this page.

  2. Extract it and you’ll get a folder called “custom-css-by-techsperia”.

  3. Upload in your WordPress home directory, in the “/wp-content/plugins/” folder.

  4. In your admin panel, go to the “Plugins” menu and activate the plugin called “Custom CSS by Techsperia”.

That’s it!


After adding the CSS in the box, I can’t see the changes when I click on “Preview Changes”

Sometimes, you won’t be able to see the changes after clicking the “Preview Changes” button. The catch here is click on it again so that the Preview will refresh itself, and then you’ll be able to see the changes.

We are working on fixing this. But as of now, just preview the post/page two times and you’ll be good to go!

Contributors & Developers

“Custom CSS by Techsperia” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Just getting started!