CSS Customization

WP Inventory Manager CSS Customization Maps

Create a Unique Style with CSS Customization

WP Inventory is ready to use out of the box, and includes a default CSS theme that can suit most needs. However, we recognize not every site has the same needs, so we’ve included the option to turn off the default WPIM theme. Every element shown on the frontend has intuitive and easily-accessible HTML classes so you can easily target them with CSS and give your inventory a unique style.

Please see the CSS maps for all the frontend elements in the right hand sidebar, or in the list below. If you feel we are missing one or would like to see something added, please reach out to us at [email protected].

Do Your Own Styling

Use your own styles

You can add your own styles to affect the display

If you are comfortable with CSS and would like to add your own styles, simply write your CSS to your theme’s style.css file.  If you are using a child theme, you would write it to the style.css file in that child theme’s folder.  Child themes are used commonly in 3rd party, purchased, WordPress themes.  Child theme style sheets allow you to override styles from plugins or the parent theme.  See the codex here for a more in-depth review of child themes.