I am developing plugin wherein I want to add bootstrap.css to plugin setting page. But if I add css, it will get add to whole WordPress admin panel.

Is there any way to apply css to particular plugin only?

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You can use get_current_screen() to check which page is being displayed now, and if it was your plugin's page, enqueue the script.

However the easier way is to use the global variable, $pagenow:

if(( $pagenow == 'my-plugin.php' ) {
    wp_enqueue_style('my-style', 'URL-HERE' );    

In which my-plugin.php is the slug of your plugin screen's URL, such as:

  • Hi Jack, Thanks ! it works for me. But just queries, as it is on page level, we don't have something on plugin level ? because if I want to do it for multiple pages, then I need to add "&&" in if statement like if(( $pagenow == 'my-plugin.php' && $pagenow == 'my-settings.php' ) something like this. Commented Aug 1, 2017 at 5:24
  • Yes you can do that too, it's the correct way. You can also use get_the_current_screen();, it's a much more powerful function, that also allow queries such as plugin.php?query=sample.
    – Johansson
    Commented Aug 1, 2017 at 5:47
  • @JackJohansson the function name is get_current_screen (not get_the_current_screen)
    – hbit
    Commented Jan 14, 2020 at 19:52

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