Description

Enqueueror enables WordPress developers to efficiently develop and manage their CSS & JavaScript code files, having them conditionally loaded, through the use of naming conventions and a bunch of convenient features which augment their code development workflow.

Quick Start Examples

  • Load a stylesheet globally
    Code a CSS file named global.css in the stylesheets directory.

  • Load a stylesheet only when viewing the page with id = 1
    Code a CSS file named type-page-id-1.css or type-id-1.css in the stylesheets directory.

  • Load a stylesheet only when viewing the page with slug = ‘example-page’
    Code a CSS file named type-page-slug-example-page.css or type-slug-example-page.css in the stylesheets directory.

  • Load a stylesheet only when viewing the category term with id = 1
    Code a CSS file named tax-category-term-id-1.css or term-id-1.css in the stylesheets directory.

  • Load a stylesheet only when viewing the category term with slug = ‘category1’
    Code a CSS file named tax-category-term-slug-category1.css or term-slug-category1.css in the stylesheets directory.

Guide

You may read the guide at GitHub.

Usage

  • Install Enqueueror.
  • Create the scripts and stylesheets directories under the active theme’s root directory.
  • Consult the guide at GitHub.

Screenshots

  • Load assets “globally” as external files, for every kind of content.
  • Load assets as external files, based on a page’s slug or ID.
  • Load assets as external files, based on a post’s slug or ID.
  • Load assets as external files, based on the slug or ID of content provided by the “product” post type.
  • Load assets as external files, based on the slug or ID of the content, irrespectively of the content’s post type.
  • Load assets as external files, based on the slug or ID of a term belonging in the “category” taxonomy.
  • Load assets as external files, when an arbitrary term in the “category” taxonomy is requested.
  • Load assets as external files, based on the slug or ID of a specific term in the “product_cat” taxonomy.
  • Organize assets in directories by post type and taxonomy.
  • Load assets as external files, when the Greek (WPML based) translation of an arbitrary page is requested.
  • Dynamically generate CSS and JavaScript code to be enqueued as external files, for every requested page, using PHP as a preprocessor.
  • Load JavaScript assets as external files before the closing tag, for every requested page.
  • Output JavaScript code contained in the .js file internally before the closing tag, for every requested page.
  • Output code contained in the .js and .css files internally within the HTML section, for every requested page.
  • Dynamically generate CSS & JavaScript code to be loaded internally within the HTML section, for every requested page.
  • Mix of scenarios.

Reviews

Januari 10, 2022
Helped me a lot with the css/js organization. I was struggling for years trying to set everything up properly without a solution. I was writing the whole css code at style.css so I had to set different classes for each element at the whole website. Now I am creating a different file for each page so I have things more organized and working more effectively. Very useful plugin.
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Contributors & Developers

“Enqueueror” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.3.1

  • Fixed: Non string language codes returned by WPML filters are now properly handled.

1.3.0

  • Added: Support for loading CSS internally before the closing tag.
  • Added: Support for loading CSS externally before the closing tag.
  • Added: Support for using internal CSS & JavaScript assets as dependencies both in and .
  • Added: Support for using external CSS assets as dependencies within .
  • Added: Support for mixing internal and external assets within the asset dependency chain.
  • Changed: Better support for loading assets before the closing tag.

1.2.0

  • Added: Local assets and external script and stylesheets may be used as dependencies.
  • Added: Direct access to PHP preprocessed assets is prevented using .htaccess rules.
  • Changed: Preprocessed assets are now served from /wp-content/uploads/enqueueror.

1.1.1

  • Fixed: Handling of multiple dependencies.

1.1.0

  • Added: Introduced support for header in assets.
  • Added: Introduced support for asset dependencies.
  • Fixed: Asset order rules not always respected.
  • Fixed: Error if WPML is activated but not set up.

1.0.0

  • First release