22 Comments

  1. Suanlian

    It seems a very Interesting plugin. Will have a try in one of my client site. Thank you.

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  2. Sam

    Can you not achieve the same thing by just using the element inspector in Chrome or Firefox?

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    • Hardeep Asrani

      Yes, you can. But you can’t save it. Plus, not everyone knows about developer tools.

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      • Punya

        Exactly , and in Chrome , the moment you hit refresh , everything is gone. ( It stays in firebug tho)

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      • fwolf

        Which is not entirely true. There is one (or more) extensions around that gives you some kind of auto-save/auto-update mode.

        Haven’t used them for ages, though.
        It’s much easier for me to test stuff right in Firebug, then go on with copying it right out of the “styles” tab, and inserting it into my CSS. Much more control. Also much quicker results, as these auto-update features tend to make the browser work very sloppy.

        cu, w0lf.

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        • Hardeep Asrani

          No doubt, Firefug is way better than our plugin. But it’s a developer tool, and our is a plugin to add that CSS to WordPress and specify screen size, and is specially for non-coders.

          And not everyone uses Firefox, so if you will find a plugin which will allow Firebug changes to save, it won’t work on other browsers.

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  3. joao

    I think this plugin can be a default feature to wordpress, is very useful.

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    • Punya

      Yeah , i guess it will be a default feature judging by the fact it supports multiple scfeen sizes in the customizer ( which is also expected to be a native feature in 4.5)
      But the screen size feature can be a default itself , making it appear for every option separately. That said , this feature would be very useful.

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    • Hardeep Asrani

      Well, it will never be a default feature. Core team isn’t fond of such things. And for the screen sizes in 4.5, we will probably do something to make the experience better with it. Plus, we are working on adding a code highlighter to it. :)

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  4. Danny Brown

    Cheers for the heads-up, Sarah, looks interesting. I’m going to guess this is for themes that don’t have a Custom CSS box as part of the Customizer already?

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  5. Helms

    Does it save the CSS to an external file?

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  6. Punya

    well you can’t blame the feature to be ‘kinda sucky’ for that. Maybe the embedded video problem may be addressed in the latest update the
    ps – yes , the videos are sort of half-cut on smartphones and tablets sometimes.

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  7. Vashishtha Kapoor

    Amazing plugin…
    I got many of my wordpress CSS issues fixed which were not getting correct with other plugins.
    Awesome one. thumbs up hardeep.

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