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I am using SMOF options to control variables in the backend. As it is just now I have the css options being generated in the header file and they work, however I wish to add them to a style.php.

I have set this up however the variable data is not being displayed and the css options are empty.i.e

.site-header, .header-bar {
            background-image:URL(''); 

I presume it is the global $data; call that is incorrect. How would I fix this?

Style.php

/* Body Styling */
body {
    background:<?php global $data; echo $data['body_background'];?>;
    background-image:url(<?php global $data; echo $data['body_background_background']; ?>);
    background-repeat:repeat;
}

a {
    color:<?php global $data; echo $data['link_color'];?>;
}

a:hover {
    color:<?php global $data; echo $data['link_color_hover'];?>;
}

html,body {
    font-family:<?php global $data; $arraytype = $data['typography_body']; $stringtype=implode(",",$arraytype); echo $stringtype;?>; 
    color:<?php global $data; echo $data['font_color_select'];?>;
    font-size:<?php global $data; echo $data['font_size_select'];?>;
}

h1,h2,h3,h4 {
    font-family:<?php global $data; $arrayheading = $data['typography_h1']; $stringheading=implode(",",$arrayheading); echo $stringheading; ?>
}

/* General Styling */
.singlebutton,.tags-button a,.contactbutton input,#commentsubmit,.btn-standard-blog,.search-submit {
    background-color:<?php global $data; echo $data['button_color_select'];?>;
    color:<?php global $data; echo $data['button_color_text'];?>;
}

.singlebutton:hover,.tags-button a:hover,.contactbutton input:hover,#commentsubmit:hover,.btn-standard-blog:hover,.search-submit:hover {
    background-color:<?php global $data; echo $data['button_color_hover'];?>;
    color:<?php global $data; echo $data['button_color_text'];?>;
}

FUNCTIONS.php

...

wp_enqueue_style( 'albaband-dynam-css', get_template_directory_uri() . '/includes/css/style.php' );

...

2 Answers 2

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The easiest way to add dynamic CSS is to put it inside a callback and hook the callback into the template, e.g. via wp_head (or wp_print_styles).

You've not posted your code in full context, so you will need to modify to suit your specific needs. That said, here's the basic principle:

Callback

function wpse_129259_enqueue_dynamic_css() {
    // Grab your variable
    global $data;
    ?>
<style type="text/css">
a {
    color:<?php echo $data['link_color'];?>;
}
</style>
    <?php
}

Hook

add_action( 'wp_head', 'wpse_129259_enqueue_dynamic_css' );

Using style.php

You can put your dynamic CSS in its own PHP file, then simply include it inside your callback. e.g.:

function wpse_129259_enqueue_dynamic_css() {
    // Include dynamic CSS file
    include( get_template_directory() . '/style.php' );
}
add_action( 'wp_head', 'wpse_129259_enqueue_dynamic_css' );
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  1. wp_enqueue_style means you have to add a .css format.
  2. wp_enqueue_script means you have to add a .js format.

In this case, you want to add php format. You have to call in your main php file (index.php, header.php or etc) not in functions.php.

Use this get_template_part() or require_once. I advice you to put in header.php.

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  • using require_once imports the file as is and not as a CSS file Jan 10, 2014 at 13:17
  • you can follow like Chip Bennet said. It should be hook in. I want to tell you about the hook, but I think it would be make you confuse.
    – ucon89
    Jan 10, 2014 at 14:02

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