Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16586
- 02/18/11 04:11:23 (2 years ago)
initial v1 1 admin_ 1 admin__scripts and wp_enqueue_scripts actions are ideally where wp_enqueue_script() calls should be attached to -- one for the admin, and one for the theme. 2 2 3 3  attached wp_enqueue_scripts() to login_head, which is a wrapper function to fire the wp_enqueue_scripts action. This means that a theme attaching a script to the frontend via wp_enqueue_scripts -- even if wrapped in an unnecessary is_admin() check -- will get their JS printed on the login form. This has the potential to throw JS errors, which is what happens in P2 for example.