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Since3.3.0
Deprecatedn/a
wp_add_inline_style ( $handle, $data )
Parameters: (2)
  • (string) $handle Name of the stylesheet to add the extra styles to.
    Required: Yes
  • (string) $data String containing the CSS styles to be added.
    Required: Yes
See:
  • WP_Styles::add_inline_style()
Returns:
  • (bool) True on success, false on failure.
Defined at:
Codex:

Add extra CSS styles to a registered stylesheet.

Styles will only be added if the stylesheet in already in the queue. Accepts a string $data containing the CSS. If two or more CSS code blocks are added to the same stylesheet $handle, they will be printed in the order they were added, i.e. the latter added styles can redeclare the previous.



Source

function wp_add_inline_style( $handle, $data ) {
	_wp_scripts_maybe_doing_it_wrong( __FUNCTION__ );

	if ( false !== stripos( $data, '</style>' ) ) {
		_doing_it_wrong(
			__FUNCTION__, sprintf(
				/* translators: 1: <style>, 2: wp_add_inline_style() */
				__( 'Do not pass %1$s tags to %2$s.' ),
				'<code>&lt;style&gt;</code>',
				'<code>wp_add_inline_style()</code>'
			), '3.7.0'
		);
		$data = trim( preg_replace( '#<style[^>]*>(.*)</style>#is', '$1', $data ) );
	}

	return wp_styles()->add_inline_style( $handle, $data );
}