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I created a style sheet

editor-style.css

I want to load this css file using add_editor_style() function,

In my functions.php

function my_theme_add_editor_styles() {
    add_editor_style( 'css/editor-style.css' );
}
add_action( 'after_setup_theme', 'my_theme_add_editor_styles' );

I also tried this solution

add_editor_style is not loading in frontend. Any solution?

  • Why does the file have two .css extensions? – jetlej Jan 10 '15 at 19:09
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You shouldn't need an action to add an editor style. Simple add the following anywhere in your functions.php:

add_editor_style('css/editor-style.css');
  • Thanks much! The WordPress Codex suggests to do it the way @Relax tried. Removing the function and action stuff worked great. – ps2goat Jun 16 '15 at 5:42
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You need to do two things (see additional add_theme_support):

add_theme_support( 'editor-styles' );
add_action('admin_init', 'el_add_editor_styles');

function el_add_editor_styles() {
    add_editor_style( 'style-editor.css' );
}
  • sadly, this is the only answer that actually works. should be at the top and upvoted. – Ivan Hanák Jul 8 '20 at 12:42
  • The reason their example is broken is that add_editor_style calls add_theme_support( 'editor-styles' ); for you, but admin_init is too late to declare theme supports. So they should really recommend add_editor_style be hooked earlier, like after_setup_theme or something. – Ethan C Sep 16 '20 at 3:40
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Use an absolute path for the stylesheet:

add_editor_style( get_template_directory_uri() . '/css/editor-style.css' );

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