Source View: admin_print_styles

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3337 wp_enqueue_style( 'colors' );
3338 ?>
3339 <script type="text/javascript">
3340 //<![CDATA[
3341 addLoadEvent = function(func){if(typeof jQuery!="undefined")jQuery(document).ready(func);else if(typeof wpOnload!='function'){wpOnload=func;}else{var oldonload=wpOnload;wpOnload=function(){oldonload();func();}}};
3342 function tb_close(){var win=window.dialogArguments||opener||parent||top;win.tb_remove();}
3343 //]]>
3344 </script>
3345 <?php
3346 do_action('admin_print_styles');
3347 do_action('admin_print_scripts');
3348 do_action('admin_head');
3349 ?>
3350 </head>
3351 <body<?php if ( isset($GLOBALS['body_id']) ) echo ' id="' . $GLOBALS['body_id'] . '"'; ?>>
3352 <?php
3353 }
3354
3355 /**