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Custom CSS and JavaScript

Site Options provides you a full control to customize your WordPress site’s appearance by easily adding custom CSS and JS code without even having to modify your theme or plugin files.


Custom CSS

Site Options’s Custom CSS Panel


Your custom code can also be added via Live Customizer, in that case, you can live watch changes of your site while editing CSS.

Enqueue Script Files

Site Options provides settings to load external JavaScript or CSS files or libraries via WordPress Enqueue System which helps prevent plugin conflicts.

To get started, navigate to Site OptionsInjected ScriptsEnqueue Scripts. Then, click the Add New button from the CSS Files section if you want to add a CSS file. It will prompt a Stylesheet Popup which let you fill the information of the CSS file. The provided fields respectively match with the parameters of wp_enqueue_style API.

Adding external JavaScript files is similar. You can look up wp_enqueue_script API from the reference.


Enqueue Script

Add a CSS file via Site Options


Google Analytics

Adding Google Analytics to your WordPress site will help you track who’s been visiting your site, what they’ve been looking at and how they got there.

  1. Sign in to your Analytics account.
  2. Click Admin.
  3. Select an account from the menu in the ACCOUNT column.
  4. Select a property from the menu in the PROPERTY column.
  5. Under PROPERTY, click Tracking InfoTracking Code.
    • Your tracking ID and property number are displayed at the top of the page.
    • The tracking-code snippet for your website is displayed under Website tracking.
  6. Copy the tracking-code snippet and paste it into Injected Google Analytic Code in Site Options

Injected Scripts

Example of Google Analytic’s snippet