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Using csscolor.php

  • I would like to be able to replace the css file with a php file. Is there any way to get the themes portion of admin to recognize that the css file is actually a php file?

    I want to use the csscolor.php script at http://www.barelyfitz.com/projects/csscolor/

    I’ve got in implemented in a number of sites I’ve written, and would love to use it in conjunction with a WP template.

    Thanks.

    Nori

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  • Just put your php call doodad in the index.php.

    Would you not need it in the header.php?

    Doodlebee
    Member

    @doodlebee

    If you want to call in the php file for your stylesheet, then in your header.php file, find this part:

    <?php bloginfo('stylesheet'); ?>

    and change it to this:

    <?php bloginfo('template_directory');?>/style.php

    It will then link to your PHP and read it as a CSS file (provided, of course, you have the proper header in your css.php file so it will be read as css 😉 )

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