Simple plugin to manage Custom CSS Code to change the appearance of your WordPress website.
This Plugin stores the CSS Code in the WordPress Options Database, very useful if you do not want to edit your theme css files.
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Plugin Page: http://mywebsiteadvisor.com/tools/wordpress-plugins/custom-css-manager-plugin/
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- Upload ‘custom-css-manager/’ to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Go to plugin settings and setup your custom CSS code.
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This plugin works well for me. It enables me to make changes without having to mess with the core CSS files. It does not always work for all the sites I manage but it does the job.
This is one of the plugins that I install on all of the sites that I manage, even ones which have their own CSS option. One nice thing about this plugin, that I’ve not seen with other CSS plugins, is that the stylesheet is read in on the admin dashboard as well, which allows you to style the admin dashboard if needed (make font sizes bigger, hide controls you don’t need or don’t want your other admins to accidentally use).
It hasn’t been updated in over three years, but there’s been no need as far as I can tell. It does just one thing very simply, and does it well. If any improvement can be suggested, I would like to see the stylesheet become active on the new Customizer as well.
Contributors & Developers
“Custom CSS Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- added function to display css as an external stylesheet rather than inline display.
- updated to insert custom CSS code on the login page (login_head action hook)
- updated to display as a submenu of the Appearance Menu Tab
- updated plugin to use WordPress settings API
- reorganized entire plugin file layout
- updated plugin screenshot
- fixed issues with quotes in the CSS
- added function exists check for the sys_getloadavg function so it does not cause fatal errors on MS Windows Servers
- fixed several issues causing warnings and notices in debug.log
- added plugin version to plugin diagnostic screen.
- updated plugin activation function to eliminate incorrectly displayed error messages.
- verified and tagged compatibility with WordPress version 3.5
- updated plugin admin interface with WordPress style meta boxes
- updated plugin meta row links on plugins page
- Fixed minor bug
- Fixed minor bug
- Fixed bugs with CSS code display output
- Initial release