queue_css_file — Add a CSS file or files to the current page.

Asset-related functions

Summary

queue_css_file($file, $media = 'all', $conditional = false, $dir = 'css', $version = OMEKA_VERSION)

Add a CSS file or files to the current page.

All stylesheets will be included in the page’s head. This needs to be called either before head(), or in a plugin_header hook.

Parameters:
  • $file (string|array) – File to use, if an array is passed, each array member will be treated like a file.
  • $media (string) – CSS media declaration, defaults to ‘all’.
  • $conditional (string|bool) – IE-style conditional comment, used generally to include IE-specific styles. Defaults to false.
  • $dir (string) – Directory to search for the file. Keeping the default is recommended.
  • $version (mixed) – Version number. By default OMEKA_VERSION.

Usage

head_css actually outputs the stylesheet markup. All themes should already call head_css themselves, so you can just use the queue functions.

If writing a theme, queue_css_* functions must be called before the call to head_css. If writing a plugin, you make these calls within the admin_head or public_head hooks.

Examples

Include the CSS file style.css located in the css folder in your theme:

<?php queue_css_file('style'); ?>

Load multiple CSS files using an array:

<?php queue_css_file(array('style', 'screen')); ?>

Load a CSS file and add a media query:

<?php queue_css_file('media/960min', 'only screen and (min-width: 960px)'); ?>