Adding custom CSS code to your WordPress website needn’t be a hassle. Contrary to the advice you might be reading online, you can even do it quickly and easily without creating a child theme. Yes, that’s right. Add CSS code (styles) to WordPress – no child theme required. This is an easy (and completely professional) solution for beginners. With this solution there is zero chance of the code being overwritten with a WordPress or theme update. Continue reading “How to add custom CSS code without a child theme (WordPress)”
In this post we’ll take you step by step through the process of creating and inserting a custom menu in WordPress. Add a secondary navigation menu into your header area, footer area or directly inside your page content or blog post.
You want to modify your WordPress website’s theme but don’t want the hassle of losing your customizations everytime you update it? The answer to your problem is a child theme! In this blog post I’ll guide you through, step-by-step, how to create a child theme in WordPress from scratch. Let’s do this! Continue reading “How to create a child theme in WordPress – Step by step guide”
The ability to add Google fonts to your WordPress website is a four step process and especially useful for those wanting to customise their site a little further. Let’s walk you through the steps.
Do you want to insert shortcodes in text widgets? Well, another super useful WordPress tip is coming your way. It’s also quick and painless. Continue reading “Widgets unleashed – Allow shortcodes in widgets”
Inserting the current date or year in your website’s copyright footer message is too often overlooked by a lot of website owners. Continue reading “Display the current year – auto updating copyright footer”
There have been times when I’ve wanted to create a new custom widget area in a WordPress post. This post explains the process without needing to use a plugin. Continue reading “How to add a custom widget area inside a WordPress post”