Tag archive for "wp_enqueue_style"

How to minify WordPress theme stylesheets properly

If you build WordPress theme you'll eventually come to the point where you want to minify the stylesheets. But the WordPress theming system has a fundamental flaw: It expects theme headers like name, version information etc. to be in the style.css. This is bad because removing the headers from the ... more

wp_enqueue_style, versioning and conditional CSS comments

I like to enqueue my CSS styles because it has the benefit of adding a version string. A link like style.css?ver=0.7 is useful because it will force visitors to download an updated style.css when the version number is increased. Here's what I currently use in my functions.php: <?php if ( ... more