[wp-hackers] Re: Plugins & CSS, embeded vs linking
jdingman at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 17:41:13 GMT 2008
Ah, gotcha. So, that said, it's laziness, yes I realize that. But,
is there a standard we might be able to impose so that this doesn't
happen? Maybe even something within the WP Core for plugin devs to
I just feel there has to be a better way to do it than how it's
currently being done...
http://www.wordcampny.org - Oct 5th, 2008
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On Jul 14, 1:34 pm, Joost de Valk <jo... at joostdevalk.nl> wrote:
> Sociable adds a stylesheet, and doesn't even do that by default...
> Easy enough to code... Just laziness on the Plugin writers side.
> Sent from my iPod, optimized for short messages, not for prose
> On Jul 14, 2008, at 19:29, "Jonathan Dingman" <jding... at gmail.com>
> > Time after time, I get more annoyed with plugins forcing me to embed
> > CSS.
> > There ought to be a way to easily offer an option to link to a
> > stylesheet
> > rather than forcing me to embed the CSS.
> > Even offering an option to "disable embedded CSS" and I'll add it
> > myself,
> > even that would be fine. but it seems like every plugin that uses CSS
> > forces uses to embed CSS, or nearly every plugin.
> > anyone else have thoughts on this subject?
> > Sincerely,
> > Jonathan Dingman
> >http://www.wordcampny.org- Oct 5th, 2008
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