wp_typography_get_css_variable_inline_style( array $attributes, string $feature, string $css_property ): string

This function has been deprecated. Use wp_style_engine_get_styles() instead.

This function’s access is marked private. This means it is not intended for use by plugin or theme developers, only in other core functions. It is listed here for completeness. Use wp_style_engine_get_styles() instead.

Generates an inline style for a typography feature e.g. text decoration, text transform, and font style.


See also


Block’s attributes.
Key for the feature within the typography styles.
Slug for the CSS property the inline style sets.


string CSS inline style.


function wp_typography_get_css_variable_inline_style( $attributes, $feature, $css_property ) {
	_deprecated_function( __FUNCTION__, '6.1.0', 'wp_style_engine_get_styles()' );

	// Retrieve current attribute value or skip if not found.
	$style_value = _wp_array_get( $attributes, array( 'style', 'typography', $feature ), false );
	if ( ! $style_value ) {

	// If we don't have a preset CSS variable, we'll assume it's a regular CSS value.
	if ( ! str_contains( $style_value, "var:preset|{$css_property}|" ) ) {
		return sprintf( '%s:%s;', $css_property, $style_value );

	 * We have a preset CSS variable as the style.
	 * Get the style value from the string and return CSS style.
	$index_to_splice = strrpos( $style_value, '|' ) + 1;
	$slug            = substr( $style_value, $index_to_splice );

	// Return the actual CSS inline style e.g. `text-decoration:var(--wp--preset--text-decoration--underline);`.
	return sprintf( '%s:var(--wp--preset--%s--%s);', $css_property, $css_property, $slug );


6.1.0Use wp_style_engine_get_styles() introduced in 6.1.0.

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