This plugin simply holds custom CSS and JS/JQ that's independent from everything else.
|Author:||firstname.lastname@example.org (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.0.1|
|WordPress version tested:||3.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||16-10-2013|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Ever want a place where you can put your custom CSS/JS/JQ that would never get over-written? That's exactly what this plugin does. Even if your theme has a designated area for saving custom CSS/JS/JQ, some other reason you should consider this plugin are:
- Input areas allow for tab indentation.
- Doesn't force you to pay for anything, doesn't ask for donations, and doesn't generate any "nags". User-experience comes first.
- Ability to save a second, minified version of your CSS/JS/JQ that's only loaded by the browser and doesn't replace your human-readable code.
- Ability to enable Browser caching. This means that the user's browser will always pull their copy of this CSS/JS/JQ file from its cache instead of asking the server each time.
- The dynamically-generated filename includes a timestamp of the last time the code was updated. This is done so that updated code is always displayed immediately, even with browser caching enabled.
- Allows for an alternative domain so that you may use a CDN or Cookieless domain.
- Uses PHP namespaces to ensure that there are no plugin conflicts.
I also want to give a special "Thank You" to Joe Scylla (for creating an open-source CSS minifier in PHP) and Robert Hafner (for creating an open-source JS minifier in PHP).
Q. Will you support language localization in the future?
A. Yes. The only reason I don’t already is because I don’t know how. If you know how and have the time, please send me an email.
Q. Can you add a feature that gives me more than one text area for my CSS/JS/JQ so I can organize it better?
A. No. I’ve put a lot of thought into this and have decided that if your code is unorganized, adding multiple textareas will not help organize it. Use comments to keep your code maintainable.
- Fixed an issue where activating this plugin with other plugins throws an error.
- Fixed the permalinks issue. Permalinks no longer need to be refreshed after installing this plugin.
- Initial Launch
- Language Localization is a big to-do. Will do when I figure out how and find the time.