August 1, 2012

How to Load CSS/JS Files In Your Admin Area

Ever wanted to load a particular CSS file or JS document on all admin pages? While it may seem like a bad idea, as you typically shouldn’t load anything extra on ALL inner administration pages, there are times that you might need too…

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