WP Add Custom CSS allows you to add custom CSS to the whole website and to individual posts, pages and custom post types (such as Woocommerce products).
The CSS rules applied to the whole website will override the default stylesheets of your theme and plugins, while the CSS rules applied to specific pages, posts or custom post types will override the main stylesheet too.
You can edit the main stylesheet from the the “Add custom CSS” settings page.
The plugin also creates a new “Custom CSS” box in the editing area to add custom CSS to specific posts, pages and custom post types.
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Once the plugin is installed and activated, from your dashboard navigate to “Add custom CSS”, and write the CSS rules in the textarea.
Once the plugin is installed and activated, you will find a new box called “Custom CSS” in your post/page editing area.
Once the plugin is installed and activated, from your dashboard navigate to “Add custom CSS”, check the desired custom post types and save. You will find a new box called “Custom CSS” in your custom post type editing area.
Click on the “Screen option” link from your post/page editing area and be sure the “Custom CSS” option is checked.
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