Tag: Child Themes
How to See Which WordPress Template File is In Use with Show Current Template
In this text and video Quick Guide, we teach you how to show the WordPress template file being used on a given webpage on your site, using the Show Current Template or Which Template plugins.
Beaver Builder Theme Review: Who Should Use It, and Why
Creating Custom Templates in a Plugin Instead of Your Theme
Let me start this with a disclaimer: custom templates go in your theme. That’s what themes are for: giving you interesting ways to display your WordPress site’s data.
How to Make a WordPress Child Theme
In this week’s Quick Guide, we cover how to make a child theme in WordPress. You can — and sometimes should — just modify your CSS via the new “Additional CSS” feature in 4.7. But when you want to make bigger changes — especially to the PHP in the template files themselves, that’s not enough. That’s where you should be using a child theme in WordPress.
WordPress Child Themes: A Complete Guide to the Core Concepts
Child Themes, the Template Hierarchy, and One Great Little Hack
Free E-Book: Mastering the Fundamentals of WordPress Themes
If you’re like a lot of WordPress users, you’re always hitting walls. You can manage your site: write content, upload photos, even add new contributors. What you can’t do is customize it. You wish you didn’t have to call up a developer to perform miracles like the following:
Always Use a Child Theme!
One request for help we hear far too frequently in our work at Press Up is: “I pressed an update button, and now my site doesn’t look right.” The cause is usually that people have customized the look-and-feel of their public site without using a child theme.