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How To Customize WordPress Site By Adding Custom CSS

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Ravi Chahar January 19, 2017 at 7:38 am

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Hey Danish,

I always prefer the inbuilt option. An option to add the custom CSS wasn’t there in WordPress before so I used to add a space in the WordPress theme itself.

While developing the WordPress themes, I always like to do everything using the codes. It’s easier than everyone things.

Plugins are not recommended. Every conflict occurs due to any plugin.
~Ravi

    Danish Ansari January 19, 2017 at 11:06 pm

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    Hey Ravi,

    That’s great to hear, even I prefer the inbuilt option but many non-techy people are afraid of messing with the CSS of the theme as they have fear of things going west. So the plugin option is a whole lot easier for them.

    Although, 4.7 Vaughan made it much easier by adding Custom CSS box in Appearance itself. I think now people will show courage to experiment it.

Matthew September 11, 2017 at 7:04 pm

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Another thing (faster than adding CSS to whole website) is using plugin like “Custom CSS Injector” (I was involved in it).

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