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

What I am doing incorrect in this code challenge?

Task is to "Create an empty function named my_plugin_styles and then use the information in the comment to enque the admin stylesheet. "

<?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') );

};

?>

2 Answers

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,623 Points

Hey Nishant.

You've pretty much have it right, but there is one typo. The function you need after the hook inside of my_plugin_styles needs to be plugins_url with an 's'.

<?php

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

function my_plugin_styles() {

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

};

?>

Keep Coding! :)

Thanks for your help Jason.