WordPress Plugin: Give Individual Posts or Pages Their Own Style

If you’ve ever had the need to style some of your individual posts or pages differently, then WP Post Styling plugin could be exactly what you’re looking for.

This plugin lets you create a number of custom styles to be applied to individual posts or pages on fly. You can either store some common styles that you may want to reuse, or you can insert a style for a page on a one-time basis.

After installing and activating the plugin, you can go to the settings page for the plugin and set up your styles.

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Once styles are set up, you will see a drop-down box with the available styles on the post page below the excerpt box. There is also a box there for a one-time style to be applied to that post only.

Although I could easily change the text color in the editor, I did a quick test to change the text color with the CSS from the plugin. It worked perfectly.

Download the WP Post Styling plugin here.

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Comments (4)

  1. I just tried this with the Product theme (using a child of it) and it didn’t change anything. Nothing much on the website with regards to this happening either.

    Too bad. Sounds like something I would constantly use.


    ~ Corey

      • I got it figured out. I only did a simple test in which I tried to simply change H1. I neglected to add a special class to it. I thought it would just over-ride the css.

        It works. This is going to be extremely handy to have around. Thanks!

        Now if I could just figure out how to get things to render the same in the visual editor as they will on the page. Sure would make for less effort and confusion on my clients side.

        I prefer to see my cup as half full. This plugin is a great addition. =D