# Overriding Redux CSS

We understand customization is important to any developer. That’s why we've provided a few useful hooks to enqueue or dequeue our default CSS files. Interested?  Read on!

WARNING

Be sure to prefix all the function names below to avoid conflicts with other developer's code.

# Appending CSS

Let's say you want to append some custom CSS to your panel. Here is how this is accomplished.

$opt_name = 'OPT_NAME'; # TODO - Replace with your opt_name
function add_panel_css() {
    wp_register_style(
        'redux-custom-css',
        'http://urltomyfile',
        array( 'redux-admin-css' ), // Be sure to include redux-admin-css so it's appended after the core css is applied
        time(),
        'all'
    );  
    wp_enqueue_style('redux-custom-css');
}
// This example assumes your opt_name is set to OPT_NAME, replace with your opt_name value
add_action( 'redux/page/' . $opt_name . '/enqueue', 'add_panel_css' );

# Replacing CSS

If you believe you have a better overall design, it's easy to remove the Redux CSS file completely:

$opt_name = 'OPT_NAME'; # TODO - Replace with your opt_name
function remove_panel_css() {
  wp_dequeue_style( 'redux-admin-css' );
}
add_action( 'redux/page/' . $opt_name . '/enqueue', 'remove_panel_css' );

# The Complete Solution

The above functions may also be rolled together into a single function by doing the following:

$opt_name = 'OPT_NAME'; # TODO - Replace with your opt_name
function add_and_override_panel_css() {
  wp_dequeue_style( 'redux-admin-css' );
  wp_register_style(
    'redux-custom-css',
    'http://urltomyfile',
    array( 'farbtastic' ), // Notice redux-admin-css is removed and the wordpress standard farbtastic is included instead
    time(),
    'all'
  );    
  wp_enqueue_style('redux-custom-css');
}
add_action( 'redux/page/' . $opt_name . '/enqueue', 'add_and_override_panel_css' );

The power of full CSS override is now in your hands!