Jul 28, 2022
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Now, armed with this common sense, we can understand how and where to apply style changes to your website. If you don't know anything about CSS, it's outlined in the section below. CSS is the language that defines the appearance of HTML pages. It sets rules such as font size, color, background image, white space, and position of elements. It is the most intuitive tool for defining pages. When installing a WordPress theme, you can use the Latest Mailing Database WordPress dashboard to find themes from open source wordpress.org repositories, or you can upload premium themes purchased from vendors. There are subtle differences between the two options. When buying a theme, you usually get support from the theme maker. We strongly recommend that you check beforehand the type of support provided when using the theme and Revise. If your purchase option doesn't include development assistance, read on! Theme Maker Support is the best point of contact for any CSS changes. Two common ways to apply style changes to a WordPress site are: Add custom CSS to WordPress Customizer Edit styles in child themes Let's look at two options: WordPress Customizer The WordPress customizer was introduced a few years ago and provides a user-friendly way to visually modify themes. Every theme developer has tools to add more options to the customizer, but not all developers do. You can find customizers under the WordPress Dashboard -> Appearance -> Customizers menu . It will display your website along with a panel on the left with various settings.