Support » Plugin: Rehabtabs » [Plugin: Rehabtabs] Allow support for storing jQuery UI CSS in theme folder

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  • Plugin Author Grant Mangham

    (@vancoder)

    Hi Sebastian,

    Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll give it some thought for a future version.

    However, there’s nothing to stop you overriding the UI CSS with your own stylesheet already – just load it into your theme afterwards. Alternatively, from the Rehabtabs settings page you can select to handle the whole CSS yourself, and not use any of those that ship with the plugin.

    Alternatively, from the Rehabtabs settings page you can select to handle the whole CSS yourself

    Vancoder, I have tried doing this and used the functions file to load the stylesheet instead. It does not seem to work at all, do you have any tips on making this happen, as I’d really like to keep the custom css some place else.

    Plugin Author Grant Mangham

    (@vancoder)

    Well, the codex will give you the best advice on using wp_enqueue_style. However, you don’t have to load your CSS that way at all, you could just link to it directly in the HEAD of your document. Rehabtabs doesn’t have any special requirements as regards the CSS.

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