Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I am learning about Wordpress, and i want to load custom CSS for a specific admin page of my plugin. This has same codes like the WP codex.
Ever want to tweak the appearance of the WordPress admin pages by hiding stuff, moving stuff around, changing fonts, colors, sizes, etc? Any modification you may want to do with CSS can easily be done via this plugin. Then any inline CSS are added to the admin head. Both values can be filtered for advanced customization see Advanced section. The plugin exposes two filters for hooking. Typically, code making use of filters should ideally be put into a mu-plugin or site-specific plugin which is beyond the scope of this readme to explain. These filters are likely only of interest to advanced users able to code. No, not presently. At least not directly. By default, the CSS is added for every admin page on the site.
Add a stylesheet with your styling
Believe it or not, I spend an awful lot of time going through my blog's comments and correcting spelling issues, code formatting, etc. It's mostly for quality control purposes and ease of reading for my readers, especially the code comments. It made me think: "wouldn't it be awesome if I could add my own styles to the WordPress admin interface? My admin CSS file looks like:. It also will make any PRE element without a class more apparent, teling me I need to fix it by adding the language as a className. If you get annoyed with WordPress Admin styles like myself, feel free to jump in and change them. My update was very simple; if you want to completely overhaul the WordPress theme so your clients think they're getting a completely customized system, feel free to do so! David asked me if I'd be up for a guest post picking out some of my favorite Pens from CodePen. A daunting task!
Works with WordPress single install and WordPress multisites. CSS is only minified while using it. The editor always shows un-minified CSS for easy editing.