Here’s a wee little gift from the folks at Automattic: the custom css plugin they use over at I know some people have been wanting this for ages, even though there are plenty of similar plugins out there already. πŸ˜‰


  1. Have been looking into these after you covered them previously. Am very reluctant to add to MU plugins unless absolutely necessary, but CSS is a growing need for us…. are there any obvious advantages that the version might offer that you are seeing? Thanks!

    • Any of the ones I listed can be run as a regualr plugin – including this one, which is also sanitized. The CompicPress css one is also very secure.

      They types of plugins are really on the lower end of the scale in terms of overhead & processing.

  2. Hey, thanks for the tip! CSS has always been my weakest ability – and I know how to code old-school HTML, PHP, MySQL, C, etc. Do you do any consulting? Anyhow, nice blog… I’m subscribed to your feed now so I’ll check in more often!