Mar 062013
 
Plugin version: 1.0.2
Last updated: February 20, 2015 (3 years ago)
Tested up to (WP version): WP 4.1.23
Downloaded: 4,354
Rating: 5 (out of 5)

Description


This plugin allows WordPress admins the ability to add and organize custom stylesheets within a friendly, familiar interface. The plugin also brings in the functionality of the CodeMirror JavaScript syntax highlighter component. This allows you to see your CSS in easily recognizable color patterns that will help you catch mistakes as you write.



FAQ


Can I change the color scheme in the CSS editor?

You can only change the color scheme of the CSS editor by modifying the core plugin code. I will be building a settings page where you will be able to do this in future releases.



Screenshots:


  1. The individual stylesheet editor using CodeMirror for line counts, coloring and general syntax styling.

    The individual stylesheet editor using CodeMirror for line counts, coloring and general syntax styling.

  2. The plugin's main dashboard.

    The plugin's main dashboard.



Other notes:




Latest Change log entry:


  • Increased the height of the stylesheet editor container per community request.


Tags:


css, global css, global stylesheet, single stylesheet, ultimatum

+ Jason's Comments

I recommend this plugin when you want to separate your custom style sheet (CSS) rules in to different files. If you just want one file to manage all your custom CSS rules, then I recommend My Custom CSS plugin. If you want to place CSS (style sheet) or JS (Javascript) rules on specific pages, I recommend Specific CSS/JS for Posts and Pages. If you wish to modify any of the theme template files (.php), then it’s best to create a child theme.