CSS Customization

Create a CSS file name style.css file on Turitor-child\style.css folder and write your own CSS customization.

Some characteristics of the style.css file

  • The file is not included by default
  • The file is the last file to be loaded on your site.

The main CSS file is Turitor/assets/scss/style.scss

What is a Child Theme? #

As indicated in the overview, a child theme inherits the look and feel of the parent theme and all of its functions, but can be used to make modifications to any part of the theme. In this way, customizations are kept separate from the parent theme’s files. Using a child theme lets you upgrade the parent theme without affecting the customizations you’ve made to your site.

Child themes: #

  • make your modifications portable and replicable;
  • keep customization separate from parent theme functions;
  • allow parent themes to be updated without destroying your modifications;
  • allow you to take advantage of the effort and testing put into the parent theme;
  • save on development time since you are not recreating the wheel; and
  • are a great way to start learning about theme development.
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Updated on January 30, 2023