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Everywhere is said that you need to use wp_enqueue_scripts() instead of wp_print_styles(). wp_print_styles() is located in wp-includes/functions.wp-styles.php.

So what does it mean? What should I change? Where? Why? Can it compromise my theme?

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    It depends on what you want to do. I you can post more details of the use you are doing of wp_prit_styles we can tell you if you should change something or not. – cybmeta May 16 '15 at 8:33
  • My problem is simply that some css are not rendered. In the console they appear inline but they are not, so I guess it's because it's ouput directly to the browser via wp_print_styles. – Criss May 17 '15 at 7:27
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In short, as of WordPress 3.3 use wp_enqueue_scripts to load JS and CSS. wp_print_styles has/had some minor bugs with it (namely, it may include your scripts in the admin as well) - here and here are some more details on all of that. It doesn't sound like there's any major security flaws or theme breaking here, just better practice to use wp_enqueue_scripts.

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