Nov 072012
 
WordPress Plugin Name: My Custom CSS
Plugin URL:https://wordpress.org/plugins/my-custom-css/

Plugin Author: DarkWolf
WordPress profile: DarkWolf
Plugin version: 3.1
Last updated: March 11, 2016 (2 years ago)
Tested up to (WP version): WP 4.4.15
Downloaded: 144,627
Rating: 5 (out of 5)

Description


Maked by Salvatore Noschese: https://laltroweb.it/

With this plugin you can put custom css code without edit your theme and/or your plugins (really useful in case of any theme/plugin update).

It contain also Ace (Ajax.org Cloud9 Editor) Code Editor for write a good css code.

You can see in action (source code) here: VegAmami 🙂

PS: support file backup and – very important – static css file (fantastic for performance) 😉

Links

Language

  • English
  • Italian
  • Full translatable!


FAQ


Installation Instructions

  1. Upload my-custom-css directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress



Screenshots:


  1. New advanced menu, in 3.0!!!

    New advanced menu, in 3.0!!!

  2. My Custom CSS Panel with All feature and DarkTheme

    My Custom CSS Panel with All feature and DarkTheme

  3. My Custom CSS Panel with LightTheme

    My Custom CSS Panel with LightTheme

  4. Preview in browser sourcecode

    Preview in browser sourcecode

  5. Backup List (New Feature)!

    Backup List (New Feature)!

  6. Confirm when delete backup!

    Confirm when delete backup!



Other notes:




Latest Change log entry:


  • css fix report by A-minus and tested with 4.4.2


Tags:


css, custom, style, stylesheet, theme

+ Jason's Comments

I recommend this plugin if you just want one file to manage all your custom CSS (style sheet) rules.

If you don’t know how to edit CSS (style rules) and need a visual point and click selector with the ability to instantly adjustment all the style options, I recommend SiteOrigin CSS. If you want to separate your custom style sheet (CSS) rules in to different files, I recommend Global CSS by Joddit. 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.