SiteOrigin CSS is the simple, yet powerful CSS editor for WordPress. It gives you visual controls that let you edit the look and feel of your site in real-time.
We’ve created a site editing experience that will suit both beginners and advanced users alike. Beginners will love the simple visual controls and real-time preview. Advanced users will love the code autocompletion that makes writing CSS faster than ever.
The hardest part of editing your site’s design using CSS is usually finding the correct selector to use. The powerful inspector that comes with SiteOrigin CSS makes this easy. While viewing a full preview of your site, just click on an element and it’ll help you identify the best selector to use to target that element.
The Inspector will help you even if you have no idea what a CSS selector is.
Don’t like playing around with code? No problem. SiteOrigin CSS has a set of simple controls that make it easy to choose colors, styles and measurements. Combined with the Inspector, you’ll be able to make changes in just a few clicks.
SiteOrigin CSS has a powerful CSS editor, the likes of which you’d usually only expect from high-end IDEs. It has autocompletion for both CSS selectors and attributes. It also features very useful CSS linting that’ll help you identify issues in your code before you publish your changes.
We’re committed to keeping SiteOrigin CSS, free. You can install it on as many sites as you like without ever worrying about licensing. All future updates and upgrades will be free, and we even offer free support over on our friendly support forums.
Works With Any Theme
There’s an ever-growing collection of awesome WordPress themes, and now with SiteOrigin CSS you can edit every single one of them to your heart’s content. No matter what theme you’re using, SiteOrigin CSS will work perfectly.
We’re actively developing SiteOrigin CSS. Keep track of what’s happening over on GitHub.
Documentation is available on SiteOrigin.
We offer free support on the SiteOrigin support forums.
Works great, has syntax highlighting, hints about CSS usage (amazing!) and best of all - it guesses (and helps you type) the style rules that are in use on your theme! A... M... A... Z... I... N... G...
I was a little confused at first about going back and forth between the graphic display and the CSS file itself using the eye symbol and the checkmark, but once I got the hang of it -- wow! This is definitely the way to modify a WordPress theme! You can see and tweak the actual elements on your page visually, then see the actual CSS generated (and modify that as well if desired). I could not do without this plugin now.
1.1.3 – 31 January 2017
- Removed leading slash in paths after plugin_dir_url().
- Updated to latest CodeMirror.
- Fixed padding issue that was causing problems with Firefox and the color picker.
1.1.2 – 11 November 2016
- Ignore anything other than actual rules in media query subrules.
- Removed depreciated jQuery function.
- Updated CSSLint library.
- Updated minicolors.
1.1.1 – 28 September 2016
- Properly handle errors in frontend CSS.
- Added notice about SiteOrigin Premium.
1.1 – 26 September 2016
- Changed CSS parsing library. Fixed several issues with the visual editor mode.
- Added address bar to preview window.
- Small CSS fixes.
- Small changes to allow adding more visual editor fields.
1.0.8 – 15 August 2016
- Fixed action link.
- Support for GlotPress.
- Removed unused code.
- Handling of @imports for future addons.
1.0.7 – 4 July 2016
- Ensure user can copy/paste in editor via context menu.
- Added plugin action links
- Add classes on
bodyelement to selectors window.
1.0.6 – 24 February 2016
- Disabled autocompletion on single item (automatic autocompletion).
- Fixed conflict with NextGen Gallery.
- Only display relevant linting messages.
1.0.5 – 21 January 2016
- Updated to latest version of Code Mirror.
1.0.4 – 10 November 2015
- Fixed CSS parsing when going into visual mode.
1.0.3 – 29 October 2015
- Changed video image
- Adjust revision times by GMT offset.
- Don’t overwrite media queries sub styles, rather just append them.
- Dequeue functionality that conflicted with WordPress color picker, if it’s enqueued.
- Removed wp_styles for compatibility with older versions of WordPress
- Fixed conflicts with CSS editor in SiteOrigin themes.
- Force dequeue scripts that cause problems with main editing interface.
- Made it easier to follow links with inspector enabled.
- Initial release.