WP CSS Widget Classes

I have been working on a number of client sites recently and there seems to be an every increasing need to use WordPress widgets, and why not as they are a great way of getting content where you need it. However styling them provided tricky as they all have similar classes (although this is flexible to a degree through register_sidebar(). Therefore I have developed the WP CSS Widget Classes plugin.

wp-css-widget-classes

The plugin provides a select box on each widget that you add to a sidebar. This allows you to choose from the built in classes which are colour based. However you can always customise the classes in the select list by add a simple bit of code to your WordPress theme functions.php file. Maybe in a future release I will add a UI for this but for now code is needed.

The code is open sourced and available to browse, download, fork or submit a pull request from on Github. The repository is linked below:

WP CSS Widget Classes on Github

Published by

Mark Wilkinson

Lead developer & owner at Highrise Digital @highrisedigital. Develops the @wpbroadbean plugins. Former teacher.

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