plugin enqueue style on all pages

I need to enqueue a style sheet in my plugin to work on the front end of WordPress. Here is what I have. Will someone please tell me what I am doing wrong? function add_my_stylesheet1() { wp_enqueue_style( ‘myStyles’, plugins_url( ‘css/styles.css’, __FILE__ ) ); } add_action(‘admin_print_styles’, ‘add_my_stylesheet1’); Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds

Web Design Weekly #288

Headlines Integrating Animation into a Design System Integrating animation into a design systems is no easy task but hopefully this article will guide you in the right direction to bring them together in a cohesive manner. (alistapart.com) 150 animated tips on Chrome DevTools (medium.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 25,634 passionate designers and developers Articles Rethinking drag and drop The talented Alex Reardon from Atlassian shares some thoughts around drag and drop and introduces a handy React component which makes drag and drop for lists on the web…

Custom Permalinks with CPT and Hierarchical Taxonomies

CPT: product Taxonomy: prod_cat Current URLs Child Term domain.com/product-category/pulp/ Hierarchical Child Term domain.com/product-category/pulp-iqf/pulp/apple/ Single CPT Post domain.com/product/apple-juice-concentrate/ Desired URLs Child Term domain.com/pulp/ Hierarchical Child Term domain.com/pulp-iqf/pulp/apple/ Single CPT Post domain.com/pulp-iqf/pulp/apple/apple-juice-concentrate/ I’ve gone through the depths of answers on WPSE and believe me I’ve tried various combinations but I’m unable to set it this way. The regex filled solutions around creating your own rules trips me and hence would really appreciate if someone can explain what can be done to either achieve the Desired URL structure or the way to achieve…

WP Cron job timeout issues

I have to run a php function for around 10 minutes. Now I am sheduling the job as a wp-cron-job. But it is getting timed out after 30seconds which is the maximum execution time for php. How to get rid of this timeout issue? Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds

Web Design Weekly #287

Headlines CSS Utility Classes and “Separation of Concerns” Adam Wathan shares his experience about his CSS development journey. A great insight into someone that continually wanted to improve and seek out the best way for them to work. Oh and if you are into CSS this is a must read. (adamwathan.me) Bootstrap 4 Beta (blog.getbootstrap.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 25,486 passionate designers and developers Articles Web fonts: when you need them, when you don’t Over the last year David Gilbertson has produced some awesome articles and this…

how to fix loading scripts in child theme?

I am trying to integrate an animation in my WordPress home page, for this I am trying to load scripts from « skrollr » library, but my styles and scripts don’t load. this is the code I added is function.php in the child theme: function add_scripts() { wp_enqueue_style( ‘main’, get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . ‘/images/main.css’ ); wp_enqueue_script( ‘skrollr’, get_template_directory_uri() . ‘/js/skrollr.min.js’,  »,  », false); } add_action (‘wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘add_scripts’); and these are the errors that I get from the console: Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds

Trying to load different syles for 404.php page

I’ve created a 404.php page and my theme correctly loads that page when an error is made. My question is – how do I style it? I notice that the body tag like this: <body class= »error404″> So should I call that in an enqueue to load some css, perhaps something like this: // Error 404 if ( is_page(404)): // Load Newsletter Main CSS wp_enqueue_style( ‘404 css’, get_template_directory_uri() . ‘/css/404.css’, array(), null); endif; My question is – how should I associate the 404.php page with a css stylesheet? Thanks Source:…

Web Design Weekly #286

Headlines Discover the world’s best design practices A new resource from the talented Invision team. It focuses on best practices, stories and insights from the world’s top design leaders. It’s hot! (designbetter.co) JavaScript for People Who Hate JavaScript (zachholman.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 25,400 passionate designers and developers Articles Performance and Resilience: Stress-Testing Third Parties A great post by Harry Roberts that advises on ways to pick and test third party resources that you are considering to use within your project. (csswizardry.com) Engineering & Design: Primitive Problems…