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Simpler CSS

A simple (mu-)plugin enabling custom CSS on WordPress and WordPress µ blogs.

Why isn't the code showing up on the blog?

Remember that this plugin depends on standard WordPress hooks to operate. If the active theme does not have wp_header() in its code, this plugin is ineffective. Remedy: add the code <?php wp_header(); ?> to the theme files in the <head> section.

Why can't I add JavaScript to the blog's code?

This plugin will only operate for Cascading Style Sheets code. The custom CSS is escaped and outputted within a set of <style> tags, preventing bots from abusing the functionality to inject malicious code. Allowing users to inject JavaScript into the blog's header is a security vulnerability, thus this plugin does not permit it.

Why isn't my CSS showing as it should be?

Check first of all to make sure that your custom CSS does not include the opening <style type="text/css"> and closing </style> HTML tags. These tags are outputted automatically, and including them manually in your CSS code could lead to malfunctions.

Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0-alpha
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 300+


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