July 12, 2012

How to Set a Screen Icon for Your Plugin or Theme Options Page

A nice touch when building a theme or plugin options page is to add your own icon next to the heading on the options page. Here’s the correct way to do it: First pass a string with the name of your plugin to the screen_icon() function, like so…

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