How To Add Custom CSS To Your WordPress Website

by Adam @ WPCrafter   |   Last Updated: July 28, 2019
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Have you ever needed to add custom CSS to your website? If so, here are the best ways to do it.

Now if you not familiar with what CSS is, it stands for cascading style sheets. It's the code that controls all the styles on your WordPress website. Styles like fonts, colors, spacing, etc.

Just about every time you need / want to change something on your website, it will involve CSS.

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How To Add Custom CSS To Your WordPress Website

Adam @ WPCrafter

Adam @ WPCrafter

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4 thoughts on “How To Add Custom CSS To Your WordPress Website”

  1. L

    Adam,

    How can I remove “Azera Shop powered by WordPress” from footer of my website …. I also want to remove one footer block from the two provided in the theme. I am using a child theme.

  2. Y

    How can i bring all my changes to child theme i m using storefront theme i have made all changes in original theme and now because of that i am not able to install jetpack and after creating child theme and my effects are changed

    1. Adam from WPCrafter

      Hmm that seems odd that a change you made to your Storefront install makes it so you can’t install Jetpack. Or maybe you are saying you need to update your theme in order for Jetpack to be installed, but you will loose customizations you made. Well there is no easy answer, you will need to go back and identify every change you made and move them into the child theme.

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