I'm writing a plugin, which has a certain style. However, that style won't suit every site. therefore, I would like to let the site admin override the plugin CSS if they want. How would I go about doing that?
- Provide a way to disable the plugin CSS;
- Enqueue the plugin CSS using a hook, by which letting the theme unhook it;
- Trust the theme devloper to know they can enqueue the theme's own styles with the plugin styles as a dependency.
But I'm not sure if the ways suggested are just ways to solve the problem after the plugin is already written, or are best practice.
On the other hand, I was thinking maybe in my plugin I could check for a specific CSS file in the theme, and - if it exists - enqueue it after the plugin CSS. Does that make sense?