Just download and install it like any other old chrome extension.
- Specify any hosted CSS file to inject (local files must be hosted under http://localhost/ - security restriction of Chrome)
- Single click toggles injection on/off
Why do I want this?
This is to aid in theming websites such as Wordpress or Tumblr. It's for those cases where you're developing a complex Stylesheet for a site template but you can't easily update the CSS file on the server.
Using this plug-in: you can work off a localhost hosted CSS file, just hit save, and see the results immediately. No more copying and pasting, or FTP-ing your CSS up to the server.
Other CSS manipulation plugins only inject their own static css, or make you copy and paste into a box.
I'm sure there's some other use cases too. If you have any, let me know!
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