The Sweet Plugin: Add Admin CSS

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Today’s Sweet Plugin is Add Admin CSS, which I’ve found to be pretty helpful in a few key situations. Mine might be a small use case, since I’ve mostly used it to hide certain things from Dashboards when recording screencasts. If you’ve ever been in a similar situation, though, this plugin might be worth checking out.

The video is embedded at the top of this post’s page, with more about the plugin below.

Add Admin CSS Plugin

Add Admin CSS is a plugin from the mind of Scott Reilly (or coffee2code, if you prefer screen names) and is very similar to the WordPress.com Custom CSS plugin, except that the CSS you add will affect your Dashboard.

Video recorded with version 1.1.0 of Add Admin CSS, running WordPress 3.2.1.

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4 thoughts on “The Sweet Plugin: Add Admin CSS

    • The cloud-shaped one is TabCloud, which lets me save a group of tabs to my Google account and pull it up on another computer’s instance of Chrome. That’s one of my favorites, actually. Then there’s ChromeReload which I’ve used to set automatically refreshing tabs when I know something is about to launch. The last one is AutoScroll, which I’ve used less but is kind of nice when you need a consistent speed of scrolling down a web page, for recording a video or something like that.

      Hope that helps 🙂

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