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Add editor styles to match front-end styles

Add editor styles to match front-end styles: WordPress: Building Themes from Scratch Using Underscores
Add editor styles to match front-end styles: WordPress: Building Themes from Scratch Using Underscores

Out of the box, WordPress displays the content in the editor using the default browser styles. To get the content in the editor to match the content on the front end, custom WordPress themes must have editor styles applied. Discover how to add custom web fonts and editor styles to the back-end editors in your custom WordPress theme with this online video tutorial.

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