A simple plugin allowing you to add some CSS rules to customize your theme to your liking.
You are using a theme in WordPress and it looks marvelous good. Well, almost! If you could just change the main color to match your liking, your companys style, .. whatever!
It’s actually easy in WordPress, because you have direct access to your themes' style files. Just use
Appearance -> Editor inside the Dashboard and there you go. That’s great until the other day you update your theme because a new, improved and of course much better version has been released. Then all your custom changes are gone and you have to start from scratch again.
A much better way is to save additional CSS rules in the blog’s database and include them inside a
< style/> element. Of course there must also be a way to enter those rules via the Dahsboard. And this is exactly what this plugin is all about!
This simple plugin will add a
<style>..</style> element to
<head />, thus allowing the administrator to customize the "look" of the theme used without actually changing one of the theme's files. This allows you to simply update the theme without loosing your valueable changes.
If you require any help, if something is not working, if you have an
idea for improvement, critics, please do not hesitate to contact me by sending an
wh [at] haefelinger [dot] it or visit the plugin's home
page at http://workbench.haefelinger.it/project/custom-style