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Feed Styler

Feed Styler enables you to keep your existing styles for your post, but allows a different style to be applied to the feed.

What is Feed Styler?

Feed Styler is a WordPress plugin for WordPress users who are comfortable with CSS and would like to be able to style their feeds. Feed Styler enables you to keep your existing class and ID style declarations in your content, but allows a different style to be applied to the feed of that same content. No longer do feeds have to be stripped of style and color.

Who is Feed Styler For?

Feed Styler is for those that use WordPress, are comfortable with CSS, and would like to be able to use their existing markup to style their feeds. Feed Styler is very effective at styling images, blockquotes, and much more. If you are a hand coder and familiar with CSS, Feed Styler will be very intuitive.

This plugin is not for CSS beginners, and not for those that rely on WordPress’s WYSIWYG for content appearance. This plugin is also not for those who have the opinion that feeds should be void of style.


Feed Styler has the following features:

  • Images show up styled in feed readers that strip inline styles.
  • Accepts nested CSS declarations. For example: `#ul li ul li .classname { css code } `
  • Accepts multiple classnames per tag. For example: <p class=”alert right”>
  • Cascades your styles.
  • Works on all feed readers that do not strip inline styles.
  • Allows you to keep inline styles out of your post content.
  • Allows you to keep your site appearance and feed appearance separate.
  • Allows you to test your styles on your post content for immediate feedback.

Requires: 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.5
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 200+


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