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Fourth WordPress Workshop – Novi Sad

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During the fourth WordPress workshop in Novi Sad, we went through the basics of HTML and CSS, we covered the best practices for adding custom CSS to a WordPress site, we went through some of the options of the element Inspector in browsers, and we also manually created a child theme. After the workshop, I […]

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Making CSS Changes and Creating Test Sites

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You’ve launched your first WordPress site. Fantastic! After a while, though, you decided it’s time to change a couple of things on the site. Maybe you’d like to use a shiny new theme you just bought, add listings in the form of a plugin, or implement courses to your site. Whatever you’d like to change/add/remove, […]

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Browser Extensions

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Quite a while ago, I posted about Lazarus, the Chrome extension which prevents the loss of data you insert into a form on a page when you accidentally navigate away from the page (or if the internet connection breaks). In the last paragraph in that post, I promised to follow up and write about the […]

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Learn CSS Grid

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If you’re into CSS, mastering CSS grid is a super cool new skill you should check out. I ran into this great course on Scrimba made of short videos and it’s definitely worth watching. Happy learning! Free CSS Grid Course

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WordPress Child Themes – Why and How To?

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A couple of months ago, I wrote an article on adding custom CSS to a WordPress website. For WordPress.org sites, I covered the Custom CSS feature of Jetpack that helps you add your own CSS code to your site. However, there is another way of achieving the same results and that is a child theme.

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