2:46am on January 28, 2013
2:46am on January 25, 2013
This ticket will learn you how to customize several aspects of a
theme yourself, giving you the knowledge to do a lot of CSS tweaking.
that's here refers only to style issues (hiding certain elements,
changing colors, playing with size, etc..). For in-depth customizations
you'll need to know HTML/PHP/JS.
So, the place for custom
CSS code is in the Theme Options > Custom CSS. There you need to add
all of your custom code (or within a child theme). Don't ever modify the
So the basics ... You need a browser with an element inspector(most of them have).. For
example, in Chrome or Firefox, if you hit F12 the inspector will come up, and there
is a "magnifying glass icon" on which you click and will allow you to
select different parts of the website. Just select whatever you wanna
change and see where are those styles located..
Once you figure
out how an item is called (it's identifier - either a class or an id),
you can use the element inspector to test out various custom CSS codes,
then you simply have to copy the modified CSS code into the Theme
Options. And after saving and refreshing (and maybe clearing your cache)
you will see the new options.
Here's a video on how to inspect elements: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4-atsnk69w
Here's a link for some CSS basics: http://www.cssbasics.com/
how to leverage the element inspector and some basic CSS functions,
you'll be able to easily edit various aspects of the theme and not only!
Ultimately, if you do not manage to learn the basics but still want to customize the theme, you should hire someone for the custom job.
Related URL: http://supercalimedia.com
2:46am on January 24, 2013