There are times when you need to do a little customization of the admin area – the styles and whatnot. It’s very simple to set this up.

  1. Create a new stylesheet in your theme/child theme. I generally like to keep these separate stylesheets in a directory simply title css. Call it something like admin-css.css.
  2. Open your functions.php file and add the following code snippet:
    // Add a stylesheet for custom post admin panels //
    add_action('admin_init', 'custom_post_admin_css');
    function custom_post_admin_css() {
       wp_register_style( 'post-admin-css', TEMPLATEPATH . '/admin-css.css' );
       wp_enqueue_style( 'post-admin-css' );
    }

    Obviously where it says TEMPLATEPATH you’ll want to replace that with the correct path. And where is says “admin-css.css”, simply make sure it matches the name of the file you created in the previous step.

  3. Add some styles to see how it works. One easy one you can do just to make sure it’s working is:
    body {
        font-family: serif;
    }

    Now go to your admin panel and see if it’s changed to a serif font. If it hasn’t, check your templatepath again.

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