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Interface for easily defining additional CSS (inline and/or by URL) to be added to all administration pages. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Interface for easily defining additional CSS (inline and/or by URL) to be added to all administration pages.
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Add Admin CSS Add Admin CSS Details
Add Admin CSS
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The initial reaction by some might be to remove the plugin from the server's filesystem. This will certainly disable the plugin and prevent the CSS you configured through it from taking effect, restoring the access and functionality to the backend. However, reinstalling the plugin will put you back into the original predicament because the plugin will use the previously-configured settings, which wouldn't have changed. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The initial reaction by some might be to remove the plugin from the server's filesystem. This will certainly disable the plugin and prevent the CSS you configured through it from taking effect, restoring the access and functionality to the backend. However, reinstalling the plugin will put you back into the original predicament because the plugin will use the previously-configured settings, which wouldn't have changed.
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There are other approaches you can use, though they require direct database or server filesystem access: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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There are other approaches you can use, though they require direct database or server filesystem access:
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The recommended approach is to visit the URL for the plugin's settings page, but appended with a special query parameter to disable the output of its JavaScript. The plugin's settings page would typically be at a URL like <code>https://example.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=add-admin-css%2Fadd-admin-css.php</code>. Append <code>&amp;c2c-no-css=1</code> to that, so that the URL is <code>https://example.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=add-admin-css%2Fadd-admin-css.php&amp;c2c-no-css=1</code> (obviously change example.com with the domain name for your site). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The recommended approach is to visit the URL for the plugin's settings page, but appended with a special query parameter to disable the output of its JavaScript. The plugin's settings page would typically be at a URL like <code>https://example.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=add-admin-css%2Fadd-admin-css.php</code>. Append <code>&amp;c2c-no-css=1</code> to that, so that the URL is <code>https://example.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=add-admin-css%2Fadd-admin-css.php&amp;c2c-no-css=1</code> (obviously change example.com with the domain name for your site).
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It is certainly possible that you can put yourself in an unfortunate position by supplying CSS that could hide critical parts of admin pages, making it seeminly impossible to fix or revert your changes. Fortunately, there are a number of approaches you can take to correct the problem. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is certainly possible that you can put yourself in an unfortunate position by supplying CSS that could hide critical parts of admin pages, making it seeminly impossible to fix or revert your changes. Fortunately, there are a number of approaches you can take to correct the problem.
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If your server has WP-CLI installed, you can delete the plugin's setting from the commandline: <code>wp option delete c2c_add_admin_css</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If your server has WP-CLI installed, you can delete the plugin's setting from the commandline: <code>wp option delete c2c_add_admin_css</code>
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Presuming you know how to directly access the database: within the site's database, find the row with the option_name field value of <code>c2c_add_admin_css</code> and delete that row. The settings you saved for the plugin will be deleted and it will be like you've installed the plugin for the first time. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Presuming you know how to directly access the database: within the site's database, find the row with the option_name field value of <code>c2c_add_admin_css</code> and delete that row. The settings you saved for the plugin will be deleted and it will be like you've installed the plugin for the first time.
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In the site's <code>wp-config.php</code> file, define a constant to disable output of the plugin-defined JavaScript: <code>define( 'C2C_ADD_ADMIN_CSS_DISABLED', true );</code>. You can then visit the site's admin. Just remember to remove that line after you've fixed the CSS (or at least change "true" to "false"). This is an alternative to the query parameter approach described above, though it persists while the constant remains defined. There will be an admin notice on the plugin's setting page to alert you to the fact that the constant is defined and effectively disabling the plugin from adding any CSS. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In the site's <code>wp-config.php</code> file, define a constant to disable output of the plugin-defined JavaScript: <code>define( 'C2C_ADD_ADMIN_CSS_DISABLED', true );</code>. You can then visit the site's admin. Just remember to remove that line after you've fixed the CSS (or at least change "true" to "false"). This is an alternative to the query parameter approach described above, though it persists while the constant remains defined. There will be an admin notice on the plugin's setting page to alert you to the fact that the constant is defined and effectively disabling the plugin from adding any CSS.
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If you're familiar with doing so and have an idea of what CSS style you added that is causing problems, you can use your browser's developer tools to inspect the page, find the element in question, and disable the offending style. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you're familiar with doing so and have an idea of what CSS style you added that is causing problems, you can use your browser's developer tools to inspect the page, find the element in question, and disable the offending style.
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Some browsers (such as Firefox, via View -&gt; Page Style -&gt; No Style) allow you to disable styles for sites loaded in that tab. Other browsers may also support such functionality natively or through an extension. Chrome has an extension called <a href="https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/web-developer/bfbameneiokkgbdmiekhjnmfkcnldhhm?hl=en-US">Web Developer</a> that adds the functionality. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Some browsers (such as Firefox, via View -&gt; Page Style -&gt; No Style) allow you to disable styles for sites loaded in that tab. Other browsers may also support such functionality natively or through an extension. Chrome has an extension called <a href="https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/web-developer/bfbameneiokkgbdmiekhjnmfkcnldhhm?hl=en-US">Web Developer</a> that adds the functionality.
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How can I edit the plugin's settings in the event I supplied CSS that prevents the admin pages from properly functioning or being seen? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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How can I edit the plugin's settings in the event I supplied CSS that prevents the admin pages from properly functioning or being seen?
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Go to "Appearance" -&gt; "Admin CSS" and specify some CSS to be added into all admin pages. (You can also use the "Settings" link in the plugin's entry on the admin "Plugins" page). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Go to "Appearance" -&gt; "Admin CSS" and specify some CSS to be added into all admin pages. (You can also use the "Settings" link in the plugin's entry on the admin "Plugins" page).
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Install via the built-in WordPress plugin installer. Or download and unzip <code>add-admin-css.zip</code> inside the plugins directory for your site (typically <code>wp-content/plugins/</code>) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Install via the built-in WordPress plugin installer. Or download and unzip <code>add-admin-css.zip</code> inside the plugins directory for your site (typically <code>wp-content/plugins/</code>)
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The 'c2c_add_admin_css_files' filter allows programmatic modification of the list of CSS files to enqueue in the admin. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The 'c2c_add_admin_css_files' filter allows programmatic modification of the list of CSS files to enqueue in the admin.
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