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Lazyest Stylesheet WordPress Plugin

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If you style your content using CSS, you need to ensure the corresponding classes are transferred when you use a different WordPress theme. For example, if you have created custom classes to style the tables of a particular page on your website, these classes would have to be copied from your old stylesheet to the new one.

Marcel Brinkkemper has addressed this problem with his plugin ‘Lazyest Stylesheet‘. It creates two additional stylesheets for you: one or your desktop website and another for the mobile version of your site.

As long as the plugin is activated, you can use the classes entered in these stylesheets with any design you use.

Lazyest Stylesheet WordPress Plugin

Lazyest Stylesheet is a very simple plugin but it’s also a very useful one if you use CSS classes in your design that you want to be usable with any theme.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Comments (26)

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by WP Mods says:

Good suggestion. I’ve never used that one. Yeah it’s annoying when a plugin updates overwrites your modifications to the style.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

Comment by Noel Saw says:

I also like a similar plugin called “My Custom CSS” that will keep it’s set of CSS intact regardless of the theme you’re using. It’s also great for making sure changes to CSS for plugins don’t get wipe out with plugin updates.

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