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I'm usually do dynamic-style.php file for making dynamic css codes from theme options, shortcode, customizer and all others.

But, you may already know it'll slow down our site speed. I would highly target to have custom style format in our header or footer echo like within : style tag.

Also, searching for hover option within our shortcode it self? I done that by adding fields. But, little confusion about how to echo hover within our style="" itself. So, it should be fine if each shortcode have unique class name and we can add :hover there.

Like :

.element-class-9123 {color: white;}
.element-class-9123:hover {color: black;}

If you've better method, please let me know. It would really helpful for me.

Thanks!

  • I don't know exactly what you are asking. Would you please try to clarify? – s_ha_dum Jan 22 '16 at 13:57
  • I want, button normal and hover background color and text color. That is need to make it from php code. I've added WordPress shortcode fields. Like : [button text_color="black" text_hover_color="white"] Is it possible with php code? Or just have look below brian comment : He mentioned unique id in php code. Which is awesome! But don't know how to use it within our page style tag. – Ansif Feb 1 '16 at 11:12
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You can use uniqueid() from php. It'll generate unique id for your css selector.

Or if you use any WordPress core pages like : archive, tags, category pages, please refer following article: 9 Ways to Set Dynamic Body Ids via PHP and WordPress

  • Thanks for your suggestion, i've looked but it's little hard to use within our shortcode. Iike i want that all css codes in : <style> tag in our page header or footer. Is is possible? – Ansif Feb 1 '16 at 11:14

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