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wetwilly92
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I know its specific, but I was wondering if any of you premium wordpress Coders know how to do this? It would make my admin options much more user friendly. :)

Jordan

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colingrist
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Why would you want to do this?

Is this for overwriting content editor styles or something?

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wpavatar
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Do you mean, you want to selectively reference style sheets based on logic? Like if something specific is going to be loaded at the front end, the the css corresponding to it should also be loaded. something like that?

I think it is as simple as using the function wp_enqueue_style.

Or probably you mean something else!

Regards Nick

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cosmincotor
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I think he found a solution, probably 4 years ago … :D

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colingrist
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Oops hehe, there’s me trying to contribute and im going back too far in the paging!

:d

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wpavatar
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ha ha ;) this is a bit embarrassing. but funny ;)

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