[wp-hackers] Adding A CSS Loader

Aaron Brazell abrazell at b5media.com
Tue Apr 24 16:56:54 GMT 2007

I agree with this sentiment. I've been reading the rest of the emails  
in this thread and though I have no technical problem with some of  
the things being brought up, I can't get away from this nagging in  
the back of my mind that some of the previous suggestions are a  
highly dubious amount of bloat. I can't quantify that, like I said.  
Just call it a still, small voice.

However, an add_css hook makes sense and is a commodity in the big  
picture. If it solves a problem without adding too much overhead, I'd  
be in favor of implementation.
Aaron Brazell
Technology Manager, b5media
"A Global New Media Company"

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On Apr 24, 2007, at 10:05 AM, Jamie Holly wrote:

> I also understand the CSS load order, but this suggestion would not  
> change that. The add_css would basically follow the same syntax as  
> the current add_action routine. We would keep a priority on it to  
> address the CSS load order, with the main theme CSS loading first.  
> The only difference is all the CSS would be contained within 1  
> file, as opposed to a bunch of files.

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