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WordPress How to Build a WordPress Plugin Building a WordPress Plugin Settings Page Adding CSS to a Plugin Settings Page

Can any one help

I really do not know what am I doing wrong on this, can some body help?

plugin.php
<?php

// Handle: my_plugin_css
// Plugin folder: my-plugin
// CSS file: my-plugin.css
}
function my_plugin_styles() {
   wp_enqueue_styles( 'my_plugin_css', plugin_url( 'my-plugin/my-plugin.css' ) );
}



?>

I had the same problem.

For NO APPARENT reason, the editor requires a semi-colon after the closing brace of the function. Also there's a typo: its wp_enqueue_style.

So the code becomes:

<?php

// Handle: my_plugin_css
// Plugin folder: my-plugin
// CSS file: my-plugin.css



function my_plugin_styles() {
   wp_enqueue_style( 'my_plugin_css', plugin_url( 'my-plugin/my-plugin.css' ) );
};

add_action('admin_head', 'my_plugin_styles');

?>

3 Answers

Jonathan Romine
Jonathan Romine
9,344 Points

/**

  • Defining constants for later use */ define( 'ROOT', plugins_url( '', FILE ) );

Look at this: wp_enqueue_script( 'upcoming-events', plugin_dir_url( FILE ) . 'js/script.js', array( 'jquery', 'jquery-ui' ), '1.0', true);

&

wp_enqueue_style('upcoming-events-alendar', plugin_dir_url( FILE ) . 'css/custom.min.css', false, '1.10.4', 'all');

Hi Habtemariam,

It looks like you have a few small errors with the function names.

wp_enqueue_styles should not have an 's' at the end.

plugin_url needs an 's' after 'plugin'

wp_enqueue_style( 'my_plugin_css', plugins_url( 'my-plugin/my-plugin.css' ) );