thanks for this useful plugin. However I noticed that the admin css of the plugin is loaded on every admin page, not just the plugin’s own settings page, and this causes CSS conflicts with other plugins in the admin. Would it be possible to load it conditionally only in the plugin settings page? I was able to workaround this problem using custom code and hooks, but it would be nice if the behavior was native.
By the way, I’d suggest you to insert CSS/JS using the
admin_enqueue_scriptshook (see Codex documentation and examples) instead of
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