Add custom stylesheets, IE override stylesheets, iOS stylesheets, to any page or post on your WordPress website.
To use this plugin, just add stylesheets in the following formats to your theme's base directory or a "css" subdirectory inside your theme's base directory:
For pages create a file called page-[page_name].css where "[page_name]" is replaced with the slug of the page. Eg: page-about.css.
For author pages create a file called user.css and for individual user pages user-[username].css where "[username]" is replaced with the user's login name.
For different post types user [post_type].css where "[post_type]" is replaced with the name of the custom post type. You can also use just 'post' for regular posts. Eg. post.css.
For individual posts use [post_type]-[post_name].css where "[post_type]" is replaced with the name of the custom post type or just 'post' for regular posts, and "[post_name]" is the slug of the post. Eg. post-10-tips-for-baking-pies.css, or, say if you had a "recipes" post type use something like recipes-classic-french-cheesecake.css.
For tag pages use tag.css or tag-[tag_name].css where "[tag_name]" is replaced with the slug of the tag
For category pages use category.css or category-[category_name].css where "[category_name]" is replaced with the slug of the category
For archive pages use archive.css
For home and front pages use home.css and front-page.css respectively
To activate IE specific stylesheets just create css files with the following naming: ie.css (covers all IE versions), ie8.css (covers IE 8 and below), ie7.css (covers IE 7 and below), ie6.css (covers IE 6 and below).
To activate an iOS specific stylsheet create ios.css and enable in the plugin options.
For targeting logged in users use stylesheet logged-in.css
For targeting logged out users use stylesheet logged-out.css
NOTE: You can place your custom CSS files in either the base directory of your theme, or in a "css" subdirectory inside your theme, but try to be consistent with where you place them.