TL;DR The plugin is styled for a very specific type of theme and likely needs manually customized after installation. Too many advertisements.
The plugin technically functions as expected. The biggest pain point for me is the default styles. It is 100% dark theme and there’s no “skeleton styles” or options to remove the default styling. This means that it only really fits well into specific “dark” themes by default or out of the box.
Developer friendly & easy to customize.
!importantin CSS is not developer friendly nor does it make it easy to customize. This is especially true when it’s used on colors that surely the developers know will need to be overridden on most themes. I think that these are easily fixable issues without removing the value of a premium version but because of the default styles and use of
!importantit’s just O.K.
On a side-note, it also doesn’t seem very accessible, specifically for keyboard users.
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I’ve had to come back to this and being it down a star for injecting too many advertisements. There’s an obnoxiously large dismissible banner advertisement asking non-admins to upgrade and there’s also an obnoxiously large Dashboard widget asking to upgrade too. It’s all a bit much for me.
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