In this video, learn how to create a lot of related CSS changes all at once.
(upbeat music) … - [Instructor] Challenge time. … If you haven't done a challenge … in a course before, here's the gist. … A challenge is like a mini lab … build into the course where I give you … some instructions and guidelines on what to do. … Then you pause the course, sit down, … and work your way through the challenge. … And when you're done … you come back to the course … and I'll explain how I solved the same challenge … and walk you through the resulting code. … The purpose of these challenges … is to get you started working with … what you've learned in the course immediately … and allow you to experiment and explore on your own, … rather than just follow along with me verbatim. … Sounds exciting right? … There will be a couple of different … challenges in this course … that allow you to experiment with … some of the key aspects of what you learned. … In this first challenge we're focusing … on changing the appearance of the … child theme with CSS. … Now for the challenge itself. …
- Setting up your development environment and editor
- Picking a parent theme
- Creating a child theme
- Including style sheets
- Creating and modifying styles
- Modifying functions
- Hooking functions
- Creating and modifying template files
- Adding menus and functionality
- Migrating theme files to a live WordPress site
Skill Level Intermediate
Using the exercise files1m 13s
1. Building on a Solid Foundation
2. Creating a Child Theme
3. Child Themes and CSS
4. Working with Function Files
5. Working with Template Files
6. Add New Functionality
7. Wrapping Up
Next steps1m 4s
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