I thought I’d share a customisation I made for your plugin.
As the Custom CSS textarea fills up with code, the page starts to scroll leading to the ‘Save’ button disappearing off the screen.
Initially I added a Save button to the bottom of the textarea as well as the top, but that also started to disappear as my custom css code grew.
So I changed the css of the save button to the following:
<input type=”submit” class=”button-primary” value=”<?php _e(‘Save’,’mccss’); ?>” style=”position: fixed; top: 22PX; right: 0px; z-index: 5; border: 10px solid white; height: 60px; width: 110px; font-size: 20px; “/>
Now it floats always at the top right of the screen (and the button is much larger and easier to click). It saves so much time, and I recommend you add this code (or something similar) to future plugin updates.
Otherwise MANY MANY THANKS for one of the most useful plugins for me! 🙂
I’ve try to add another secondary button instead to edit css (i’ve try your style, but if i’ve more line i glad to click at the end instead to go at the top)….
Opep *php, search:
<p><?php _e('Custom CSS Code:','mccss'); ?></p>
and edit to:
<p><?php _e('Custom CSS Code:','mccss'); ?> <input type="submit" class="button-secondary" value="<?php _e('Save','mccss'); ?>" /></p>
I think this is a best solution 😉
Edit: instead if u want as fixed u can put this:
<p><?php _e('Custom CSS Code:','mccss'); ?> <input type="submit" class="button-primary" value="<?php _e('Save','mccss'); ?>" style="font-size: 20px; height: 35px; position: fixed; top: 35px; right: 15px; z-index: 5;" /></p>
I’ve put fixed in latest 1.3! I hope u glad this last release 😉
That is very good news. I’m glad you put the fixed button in. I feel it is the best solution, and should make life a little easier for all your happy users!
Best wishes. and God bless you for giving us such a nice plugin!
One final thought… Can you make your plugin create a second file (perhaps using a tab) so that you can add custom CSS for the WP Admin area?
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