Add site specific CSS to each blog individually, instead of changing your theme or using a million child themes.
Note: Sorry about the bad header problem. Version 1.0.1 should work much better.
If you want a different CSS file (also known as a skin) for the different sites you are working on in WordPress Multi-Site you have to make a child theme (best practice) or copy a theme and change its name, css, and whatever else you may desire to change (less than optimal solution).
But wait! There is a better solution!
You can add site specific CSS to each blog individually, instead of changing your theme or using a million child themes.
This letâ€™s you keep all the functionality built into your favorite theme and just change the look a bit. It is a much lighter solution than creating yet another child themeâ which gets tedious on multi sites.
We originally developed this because we created a child theme based on twenty-ten and then wanted to create several variationsâ but wordpress doesnâ€™t let you make a child theme of a child theme. Now, we do not need to. And for just thirty nine ninty... wait... It is free? What is wrong with us?
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Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: 20+
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